5 Best Spots for Hydrangeas Viewing in Tokyo 2021
Only in rainy season! Best places to enjoy elegant Hydrangea in Tokyo!
Only in rainy season! Best places to enjoy elegant Hydrangea in Tokyo in 2021!
Hydrangea Flowers (Ajisai) is one of the most beautiful flowers can be seen in Japan and there are numbers of spots to enjoy in Tokyo! June in Japan can be slightly depressing since it’s rain season and a rainy day could ruin your trip in Japan.. However, Hydrangea can turn your gloomy rainy day to the most special one 😉 Today, I’m introducing 5 amazing Hydrangea viewing spots in Tokyo you should definitely visit during rain season 2021!
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1. Toshimaen <<Closed Permanently>>
Toshimaen (としまえん) is an amusement park located in north-west Tokyo, offering over 30 different rides and attractions and the aqua park is open through summer time.
In early summer, over 10,000 hydrangeas in 150 different type flourish at the garden in the park site.The Hydrangea festival is held during the season with a special light up event at night held from 2 to 24 June from 5pm to 7:30pm.
Access: 1 min walk from Toshimaen Station
Hydrangea Festival : N/A
2. Tokyo Summerland
Tokyo Summerland (東京サマーランド) is a water park located in Akiruno city in western Tokyo. The 130 ha large park features numbers of water rides and swimming pools and it’s one of the busiest spots during summer.
The park also has one of the biggest Hydrangea gardens in Japan with 15,000 flowers flourish colourfully in the site. Especially, the spectacular hill filled by white Annabelle Hydrangea is the most popular attraction.
Access: 30 mins by bus from Hachioji Station
Hours: 10:00～17:00 (9:00~ on weekends)
Fee: 800 yen
Date: TBA (early June to early July)
3. Showa Memorial Park (Showa Kinen Koen)
Showa Memorial Park (昭和記念公園) is one of the largest city parks in Tokyo, located in Tachikawa City, which is approx 30 mins away from the central Tokyo. Wide variety of flowers can be seen at the park through the year including charming Hydrangea flowers which flourish in June.
Access: 2 mins walk from Nishi Tachikawa Station
Fee: 450 yen
Date: early to late June
4. Bunkyo Hydrangea Festival
Bunkyo Hydrangea Festival (文京あじさいまつり) is an annual event held at Bunkyo ward, Tokyo. Over 3,000 flowers spread through Hakusan Shrine to Hakusan Park. There will be numbers of special events during the festival as well as the market selling food and local products.
Access: 3 mins walk from Hakusan Station
Date: mid June
Note: Bunkyo Hydrangea Festival 2021 is cancelled due to COVID-19
5. Sumida Park
Sumida Park (隅田公園) is a popular park along Sumida River, near Asakusa. The park has a promenade called “Ajisai Road” where over 6,000 Hydrangea flowers are planted for 2 km long. Visitors can enjoy the charming blue flowers with the famous Tokyo Skytree.
Access: 5 mins from Asakusa Station
Best time to visit: mid to late June
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