2020 Great Wisteria Festival at Ashikaga Flower Park
The Great Wisteria Festival 2020: Don’t miss beautiful wisteria flowers near Tokyo
Ashikaga Flower Park will be temporarily closed from 13 April 2020 until further notice in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) infections
Wisteria flower (Fuji in Japanese) is one of the most beloved spring flowers in Japan. The Great Wisteria Festival at Ashikaga Flower Park (あしかがフラワーパーク) in Tochigi prefecture has been chosen as one of the top 10 international dream destinations by CNN in 2014, and wisteria flower has become a top tourist attraction in spring in Japan.
In the 92,000㎡ wisteria garden, there are over 350, variety of wisteria trees including over 150 year-old “the Great Wisteria” which spreads over 1,000 square meters space, and two 80m long tunnels made with white and yellow wisteria.
Various colour of wisteria can be enjoyed in the park, blooming in purple, pink, yellow and white from mid April. Also from late April to early May, over 5,000 Azalea flowers bloom in full and the great collaboration of two flowers can be seen.
Ashikaga Flower Park is also known for the remarkable illumination of the garden at night. In 2016, the park was chosen as the most beautiful night view in Japan.
The park can be reached within 2 hours from central Tokyo. During the festival, the park tends to get really crowded so highly recommended to visit there in early morning!
Looking for a day trip to Ashikaga Flower Park from Tokyo?? Then book your trip here!
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< The Great Wisteria Festival 2020 >
Access: 13 mins walk from JR Tomita station (Ryomo line)
Date: 11th April to 20th May 2020 (date may change according to the blooming condition)
Hours: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm (light-up 5:30 to 9:00 pm)
Admission: 900- 1,800 yen (night admission 600- 1,500 yen)- The fee may vary depending on days
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