Mar/20 - May/31,2020 Flower Festival in Showa Memorial Park

Sightseeing information about Mar/20 - May/31,2020 Flower Festival in Showa Memorial Park in Japan.


Mar/20 - May/31,2020 Flower Festival in Showa Memorial Park3.9

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 from 3/20 '20 to 5/31 '20

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※Many of scheduled events and the special night opening for Sakura viewing have been canceled due to the coronavirus concerns. For more details, please check the official website.


Showa Memorial Park (Showa Kinen Park) is a huge national park located in Tachikawa city, just an hour west of Tokyo, that has rich nature and offers many attractions and recreation.
The park is very popular especially in Spring for its poppies, tulips, rape blossoms, and of course sakura cherry trees!
There are approximately 30 variety of 1,500 Sakura cherry trees in the park, and you can relax and enjoy viewing Sakura in the Cherry Blossom Garden(Sakura no Sono).
During the Flower Festival, some fun events such as a stamp rally, the guide tour, or photo contest, etc. are scheduled.
Enjoy picnic with tons of spring flowers and peaceful atmosphere in Showa Memorial Park!

Hours : 9:30~17:00(weekday), 9:30~18:00(Sat,Sun)
Admission : 450yen / adults, 210yen/65 and older, Free/children
Access : Nishi-Tachikawa Station

*Sakura Night Illumination is cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus fears.

Purposeeasily accessible,health,nature,family,Japanese resort,if you are free,let's go,cherry blossom viewing,autumn foliage,sightseeing
Airport/Sta.Tachikawa sta. (about 900m) Google Transit

Reviews

5.04 weeks ago

It's huge, so if you got to Lake and think that's it, you're mistaken. You can rent a bike or come by yours and enjoy getting around everywhere fast. Autumn ginkgo trees, spring sakura, BBQ in summer. And winter is still chill and enjoyable too!

5.04 months ago

The park is quite vast and has many beautiful spots for kids and adults. The ginkgo colors were quite breathtaking especially when the sun is our, but there was a ton of people. I really appreciated the different sections, including the simple open field, the various gardens, frisbee golf course, kids areas, and bike paths. The restaurants/stalls were not overly priced, though I would recommend bring your own food as the food inside the park was rather plain. There are also lots of restrooms placed throughout the park (I remember the map marked at least 40 or 50).

I also appreciate that disabled and one caretaker can go in for free.

5.03 months ago

It’s truely a magical place in autumn because of the autumn 🍂, it’s so beautiful. The Japanese garden inside the park is a must visit. The Japanese style landscaping and the red and yellow leaves are a perfect match.

The park is popular with both locals and tourist. Having said that, it’s mostly peaceful and tranquil. A perfect place to get away the hustle and bustle of Tokyo city.

The park is MASSIVE, get the most comfortable pairs of shoe, prepare to walk for at least 4 hours if you want to visit every corner of the park.

5.0a month ago

Awesome park. Tons of families and people with pets of you go on a holiday. There are several restaurants, gardens, a huge children's area, an 18-hole disc golf and tons more.

5.0a month ago

Stunning flora and fauna. A little far from the city but a must visit when in Tokyo. The bonzai exhibits were a pleasant find. Come during early November for a picturesque view of autumn and golden 🍁