Nemophila at Hitachi Seaside Park 2024

Baby Blue Eyes, Nemophilas at Hitachi Seaside Park: Dive into the ocean of 4.5 million blue flowers!

Don’t miss the most spectacular flower event in spring in Japan! Nemophila (Baby blue eyes) festival is held in Hitachi Seaside Park, Ibaraki Prefecture with over 5 million blue flowers.

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One of the most splendid views you can capture in Japan is this Nemophila (baby blue eyes) field! It’s located within Hitachi Seaside Park (ひたち海浜公園) in Ibaraki prefecture. The 215 hectare park features many kinds of seasonal flowers all year around, but the best season to visit there is in spring when the Nemophila festival is held from mid April to mid May.

Over 5 million blue nemophila flowers bloom at the 3.5-hectare Miharashi Hills and transform the field to the never ending blue ocean. Miharashi Hills are located at 58 m above sea level, offering an amazing panoramic view of the flowers, blue sky and the ocean, all in blue.

Don’t miss a chance to see one of the most spectacular spring view on earth! The best time to see nemophila is usually mid April to early May. The park gets extremely crowded on weekends as everyone comes to see this seasonal landscape so visit on weekdays is much recommended!

Looking for a day trip to Hitachi Seaside Park from Tokyo?? Then book your trip here!
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-Nemophila at Hitachi Seaside Park


Access: Ibaraki Kotsu Bus from Katsuta station towards Hitachi Kaihin Koen

Best Viewing Time for Nemophila: mid April to early May

Hours: 9:30~17:00

Closed: Tuesday (open everyday during the nemophila season)

Admission: 450 yen


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