5/3~5/5 HIROSHIMA Flower Festival

Sightseeing information about 5/3~5/5 HIROSHIMA Flower Festival in Japan.

5/3~5/5 HIROSHIMA Flower Festival 4.2

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 from 5/3 '21 to 5/5 '21


The Hiroshima Flower Festival is one of the biggest annual events held in Hiroshima. A celebration of flowers, nature, music and peace, the festival takes place along Hiroshima Peace Boulevard over a three-day period during the "Golden Week" long holiday each May, attracting well over 1,600,000 visitors from all over Hiroshima Prefecture and beyond.
The festival features Parades(Flower Parade and YOSAKOI Parade), Stage Shows, and Flowers adorning Hiroshima.

Dates : May 3, 4, and 5
Venue : Heiwa Memorial Park
Admission : Free
Access : JR Hiroshima Sta.

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PurposeFestivals,easily accessible,parade,that you'll never forget,world heritage,family,knows a lot about Japan,sightseeing,major,let's hang out!,an eating tour
Airport/Sta.Hiroshima Sta. (about 2.3km) Google Transit


1.09 months ago

A historical place for the people around the world

5.09 months ago

One of the must-visit places in Hiroshima

5.09 months ago

Such a powerful and sombre place to visit

5.011 months ago

Beautiful area. It’s nice to walk around this park at any time of day, and see all aspects of what is here. Really nice signage and atmosphere of respect.

5.0a month ago

A must visit place in Hiroshima, a landmark not only in Japan but for the entire world. A heart wrenching tour takes you through the pain people of Hiroshima went through during the nuclear bomb explosion in world war ll.
You will definitely find peace as it’s name says. I request people to not visit this place just like another tourist place instead spend atleast an entire day roaming around, sitting on benches, or even cycle around the place to see the beauty that it has turned into over the past years. Thanks to the management and team for preserving such important historical objects and memories.