Other places famous for flowers Spots in Miyagi Area

  • Izumi Botanical Garden
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    Miyagi Pref. Sendaishi Izumi-ku Fukuoka Red under
    This botanical garden at Mt. Izumigadake has a variety of flowers that you can enjoy depending on the season. These include rhododendrons in spring, Montbretia in summer, and sage flowers in the fall. There are a number of trails that visitors can wander, taking in wild grasses and flowers growing together in their marshland or mountain habitats. The Nanakita Dam is visible from part of the garden. There is also a cafe and a variety shop where you can take a break if you get tired.

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  • Taga Castle Ruins Iris Garden
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    Miyagi Tagajo-shi Ichikawa Ta Tateishi
    A five minute walk from Kokufu-Tagajo Station. This iris garden, located at the site of the Taga Castle Ruins, one of Japan's top three historic ruins, contains some three million iris plants inside its 21 thousand square meter grounds. Spanning 800 varieties, in addition to regular irises, visitors can view Japanese irises and rabbitear irises. The Taga Castle Ruins Iris Festival is held here from mid- to late June, and during this time a variety of events are held such as contests and food fairs on weekends, flower pressing classes and iris-themed haiku poetry meets. In addition, for just two days during the festival, the garden is lit up at night.
  • Taga Castle Government Office Ruins
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    Miyagi Pref. Tagajoushi Ichikawa Joumae
    These ruins are situated just a 15-minute walk from the Kokufu-Tagajo Station on the JR Tohoku Main Line. This was the center of government for the Tohoku region of Japan during the Nara-Heian Era. Along with the former Heijoykyo ruins in Nara Prefecture, the Dazaifu ruins in Fukuoka Prefecture, this historic landmark is one of the nationally designated three great historic sites in Japan. The Taga Castle government offices, formerly the heart of the Taga Castle, are the site of important administration and ritual rites. The cherry blooming in the spring at these ruins is a beautiful site to see, and is a little known spot for cherry blossom viewing. The two ancient trees in the center of the ruins in front of the main temple are so artistic and bring a sense of tranquility to this site.
  • Tamanokihara Skunk Cabbage Colony
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    Miyagi Katta-gun Shichikashukumachi Kanikawa
    This skunk cabbage colony is located along the Michinoku Fairy Tale Road in Kanikawa, Shichikashuku Town, Katta County. Some 100,000 skunk cabbage plants grow en masse over about 3. 5 hectares. Visitors can see the beautiful white flowers in bloom from mid-April to early May.
  • Ichihasama Sannoshiseki Park Ayame Gardens
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    Miyagi Kurihara-shi
    This botanical garden is located in Sanno Historic Park, in Ichihasamamasaka, Kurihara City. The gardens cover approximately 13,000 square meters of land, with 220,000 flowers of around 300 different varieties, including iris sanguinea, iris laevigata and iris ensata. The Sanno Historic Park Iris Festival and various other events are held every year from mid-June to early July.
  • Minami Kurikoma Kogen Ichihasama Lily Garden
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    Miyagi Kurihara-shi
    This botanical garden is located in Shimizusekida, Ichihasamamasaka, Kurihara City. 150,000 lilies representing some 200 varieties and 20,000 day-lilies representing some 50 varieties have been planted on its vast 30,000-square-meter grounds. The garden also features a promenade called the “Hydrangea Path.” Visitors can view the colorful lilies and other flowers from late June to late July.
  • Teshiroginuma Pond
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    Miyagi Pref. Kakudashi Takakura Teshirogi In the ground
    Teshiroginuma Pond is located 650 meters north of National Route 113 in Takakura, Kakuda City, Miyagi Prefecture. The pond was made about 300 years ago to hold water for agricultural use. Cherry trees bloom along its edge in the spring and in winter swans fly in to pass the season. In summer it's well known for the lotuses that cover the pond with their blossoms, although currently they aren't blooming due to factors inhibiting their growth. Some of the lotuses were transplanted to suitable areas nearby, and you can still see them blooming in all their summertime splendor in fallow rice fields to the south of the pond.
  • Gohonmaru Park (Cosmos Sono)
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    Miyagi Osaki-shi Matsuyama Sengoku Honmaru 6
  • Uratoshotononanohana
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    Miyagi Prefecture Shiogama Uratohojima
  • Ichihasama Lily Garden
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    Miyagi Kurihara-shi
  • Yoneyama no Tulip
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    Miyagi Tome-shi Yoneyamacho Nishino Chiku-ku
  • Miyagi Zao Eboshi Ski Area no Suisen
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    Miyagi Katta-gun Zao Machi Togatta Onsen Kuraishi Take Kokuyurin
  • Makiyamano iris
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    Miyagi Pref. Ishinomakishi Minato Magiyama 1-1
  • Izunumano A lotus
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    Miyagi Pref. Kuriharashi Wakayanagikamihataoka
  • Hanayamako no Momiji
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    Miyagi Kurihara-shi Hanayama Honsawa
  • Reihitujisaki Shrine Hanayamen
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    Miyagi Pref. Ishinomakishi Minato Magiyama 7
  • Oya Hamanasu Park
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    Miyagi Kesennuma-shi Motoyoshicho Kudamaru 5-1
  • Koizumi Hamanasu Park
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    Miyagi Kesennuma-shi Motoyoshicho Nakajima
  • Shikayama Park
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    Miyagi Ishinomaki-shi Ayukawahama Kinkasan
  • Hippo No Uba Higanzakura
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    Miyagi Pref. Igugunmarumorimachi Hippo Wada

Miyagi Areas


Lying along the northeastern coast of Japan, Miyagi prefecture is home to lashings of natural parks, oysters, and hot springs. While the bustling city of Sendai offers some simple city entertainment, it's the Matsushima islands that deserve the most attention, having boosted the prefecture's reputation as one of Japan's most scenic views.

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