Jun/1 - 30, Hydrangea Festival in Satte City

Sightseeing information about Jun/1 - 30, Hydrangea Festival in Satte City in Japan.


Jun/1 - 30, Hydrangea Festival in Satte City3.8

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 from 6/1 '20 to 6/30 '20

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※Due to the coronavirus concerns, Hydrangea Festival has been canceled in 2020.
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Gongendo Park in Satte City, Saitama Prefecture is the one of the most popular spots viewing seasonal flowers in Saitama throughout the year, and in June, it's a turn of hydrangea flowers. There are approximately 16,000 hydrangea of 100 different varieties. And there are approximately 3,000 of the popular white hydrangea Annabel variety. It looks like the snow hill!
In 2020, the best time for viewing hydrangea would be after middle-June.

From June 1st to 30th, the Hydrangea Festival is held in Gongendo Park.
During the festival, you can buy the hydrangea pot or join a park tour. Also, there is a cafe which homemade bread or local food is sold.

Venue: Gongendo Park
Address: 887-3, Uchi-goma, Satte City, Saitama Prefecture
Admission: Free
Parking: Free
Access:
[By Train] 15 mins by bus for "Goka Machi Yakuba" from Satte Station on the Tobu Nikko line, and get off the "Gongendo" stop.
[By Car] If using a car navigation system, set the destination to “Satteshi kouminkan” (Kita Hall). Gongendo Park and the car parking area is opposite Kita Hall.
Address: Oaza Uchi-goma 867, Satte City, Saitama
About 10 minutes from Satte IC on the Ken-O Expressway

*Please check the official website for the latest information.

Purposeinstagrammable,Seasonal Flowers,reasonable,sightseeing
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Reviews

5.02 months ago

Lovely place! Said to be 16000 ajisai flowers

5.0a year ago

Beautiful contrast of yellow and pink colors. Worth the long walk from the station.

5.0a year ago

Good place for picnic

4.0a year ago

Unique scenery that looks as good as the photos and is worth braving the sakura season crowds for - just don't park nearby or go by public transit and expect to walk about 1 km (best option - bike). Was not happy to be stuck in traffic over a distance of 2 km for 3 hours. Traffic becomes gridlocked and you will continuously sent to 'the next' parking lot.

5.0a year ago

Beautiful but diffcult to visit on the right time of full blooming.