Yamanakako Hananomiyako Park

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Yamanakako Hananomiyako Park is a park where seasonal flowers bloom beautifully within a spacious area of 300,000 sq. meters. As Yamanakako is the closest lake to Mt. Fuji, you can see a view of the flower fields and the great Mt. Fuji in the background. The biggest characteristic is that in every season there are different flowers blooming such as tulips in spring, sunflowers in summer, and cosmos in autumn. During winter, there are illumination events and you can also see diamond Fuji when the sunset overlaps with the mountain top. Inside the park, there is Seiryu no Sato, a water and flower theme park for having fun with the whole family.

Address
1650 Yamanaka, Yamanakako, Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi
Contact No.
+81-555-62-5587
Access
From Fujisan Station on Fuji Express, take Yamanako Shuyu Bus "Fujikko-go" for 30 min and get off at bus stop Hananomiyako Koen.
Opening Hours / Holidays
8:30-17:30 (depending on the season)
Closed every Tuesday between Dec 1 and Mar 15
Official Website
http://www.hananomiyakokouen.jp/
Time Required
60 min
Admission fee
Free (extra fee for certain areas)

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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Beautiful Flowers in Every Season

The biggest attraction of Hananomiyako Park is that Mt. Fuji can be seen in the background of the various flower fields. Not only do different flowers bloom in spring, summer and autumn but during winter, snow covers the whole area and snow flakes stick onto branches, resembling flowers. It is a park that offers beautiful views regardless of which season you visit.

Spring: nemophila

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Summer: sunflowers

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Autumn: cosmos

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Winter: snow covered landscape

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Seiryu no Sato

Seiryu no Sato is a water and flower theme park. There is a water playground for the whole family to enjoy, the great Myojin waterfall and also a floral dome "Furara," where visitors can see rare tropical plants and seasonal flowers all year round. (Adults 500 yen, elementary and middle school students 200 yen *may change according to season)

Great triple waterwheel

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Myojin waterfall

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Diamond Fuji

Between the end of November and mid-January, "diamond Fuji" can be seen from the park, when the setting sun overlaps with the mountain top. The mythical sunset appearing behind the mountain is breathtakingly beautiful. It is a rare sight that can only be seen from a specific location at specific times.

Source:pixta

Yamanakako Hananomiyako Park

Yamanakako Hananomiyako Park is a park where seasonal flowers bloom beautifully within a spacious area of 300,000 sq. meters. As Yamanakako is the closest lake to Mt. Fuji, you can see a view of the flower fields and the great Mt. Fuji in the background. The biggest characteristic is that in every season there are different flowers blooming such as tulips in spring, sunflowers in summer, and cosmos in autumn. During winter, there are illumination events and you can also see diamond Fuji when the sunset overlaps with the mountain top. Inside the park, there is Seiryu no Sato, a water and flower theme park for having fun with the whole family.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:pixta

Beautiful Flowers in Every Season

The biggest attraction of Hananomiyako Park is that Mt. Fuji can be seen in the background of the various flower fields. Not only do different flowers bloom in spring, summer and autumn but during winter, snow covers the whole area and snow flakes stick onto branches, resembling flowers. It is a park that offers beautiful views regardless of which season you visit.

Spring: nemophila

Source:pixta

Summer: sunflowers

Source:pixta

Autumn: cosmos

Source:pixta

Winter: snow covered landscape

Source:pixta

Seiryu no Sato

Seiryu no Sato is a water and flower theme park. There is a water playground for the whole family to enjoy, the great Myojin waterfall and also a floral dome "Furara," where visitors can see rare tropical plants and seasonal flowers all year round. (Adults 500 yen, elementary and middle school students 200 yen *may change according to season)

Great triple waterwheel

Source:pixta

Myojin waterfall

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Diamond Fuji

Between the end of November and mid-January, "diamond Fuji" can be seen from the park, when the setting sun overlaps with the mountain top. The mythical sunset appearing behind the mountain is breathtakingly beautiful. It is a rare sight that can only be seen from a specific location at specific times.

Source:pixta

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