early-Apr, 2021 Higashi-Agatsuma Daffodil Festival4.0
from 4/3 '21 to 4/18 '20
Higashi-agatsuma Town in Gunma is one of the most famous places in Japan for wild daffodils. The flowers will be in full bloom throughout the town from around early to mid-April. Nearly 300,000 daffodils can be seen in the fields next to Shinsui Park. Next to the fields is a colonnade of about 120 cherry trees that runs for nearly a kilometer. Come and smell the fresh scent of the daffodils while gazing at their white and yellow petals, which spread out over the field like a carpet under the pink-colored cherry blossoms that hang down like curtains.
Date : April , 2020
Venue : Iwai Shinsui Park
Address : Iwai, Higashi Agatsuma-machi, Agatsuma-gun, Gunma
Access : about 10 mins by taxi from Nakanojo Station
*free shuttle buses run from Gumma-Haramachi Sta. and Nakanojo Sta.
Admission : Free
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Airport/Sta.Gunmaharacho Sta. (about 2.7km) Google Transit
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5.0a month ago
Beautiful & Natural place gumma ken japan.
5.0a year ago
Prime location to see the daffodils and sakura blooming. In the spring time, there is a festival that takes place here as well. Aside from the festival, this area is very quiet and calm, which is great for walking your dog, a picnic, or a short walk with children. I recommend coming here to see the sunset. The colors you will see are brilliant!
4.02 years ago
4.0a month ago
I went there for the first time after seeing the newspaper. It was really beautiful. It was wonderful to see the yellow daffodils and cherry blossoms together. It was easy to understand because there was a staff member who guided the parking lot widely. However, on the way back, there were cars coming in from the right turn prohibition, and although the cars passed each other, it was finally crowded.
3.0a month ago
Since the width of the road is 4m and it is difficult to separate, there is a one-way street from the Iwai intersection to the park and from the park to the [Kamigumi bus stop]. You can't go the other way.
Especially when accessing from the Shibukawa area, it is closer to the town road in the village than to the Iwai intersection. There was a sign saying "I can't go to the park", but I didn't know that (it was a one-way street), so I decided to go.
As a result, it was rushed from the front to the back on a narrow road, and it seemed to be half stuck. I had a hard time.
At that time, I finally swallowed the meaning of the signboard.
Although it is not clearly stated as a one-way street, it is recommended that the rules be followed for smooth traffic.
The parking lot has alternating traffic on one side and is handled by staff. Therefore, I had to wait a long time until I entered the parking lot. I was relieved because it was a weekday morning, but it seems that it is frequently introduced in the local media.