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  • Peony Garden Tokyo in Tsukuba
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    Ibaraki Pref. Tsukubashi Wakaguri 500
    Some 10 thousand tree peonies spanning 550 varieties as well as 20 thousand Chinese peonies spanning 250 varieties are grown on the vast, approximately 60 thousand square meter grounds of this botanical garden. During the peak blooming period in early summer, the garden sees many visitors. The garden is open from late April to May.
  • Isobe Sakuragawa Park
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    Ibaraki Pref. Sakuragawashi Isobe 740-2
    "A renowned destination for cherry blossom viewing which is also famously known as the setting of Zeami's Noh song ""Sakuragawa."" Some 30 varieties of cherry trees come into beautiful bloom on the park's grounds in spring, including many rare varieties, and the park has been designated a National Natural Monument."
  • Kashima Antlers Club House
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    Ibaraki Pref. Kashimashi Aou Higashiyama 2887
    The practice ground for the J1 League Kashima Antlers soccer team, visitors can watch professional player practice sessions. Bustling with fans day after day, there's also an official shop inside the facility where visitors can buy Anton-kun official mascot merchandise and other Kashima Antlers goods.
  • Manabe Cherry Trees
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    Ibaraki Pref. Tsuchiurashi Manabe 4-3
    These commemorative cherry trees were planted when Manabe Elementary School was dismantled and moved. They are 100 years old, and they have been designated a Natural Monument by the prefecture and each year in spring they come into spectacular bloom.
  • Akeno Sunflower Field
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    Ibaraki Pref. Chikuseishi Kuramochi Miyagi, Chikusei City, Ibaraki Prefecture,
    A picturesque field covered with some 800 thousand blooming double sunflowers. A sunflower festival is also held here in late August.
  • Tsuchiura Machikado Kura Daitoku
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    Ibaraki Pref. Tsuchiurashi Chuou 1-3-16
    Tsuchiura Machikado Kura Daitoku is a showroom for local products, and kura (a storehouse) in Tsuchiura which has been there since the Edo period (1615–1865) and was renovated. It has two sections; Daitoku which consisted of misegura (a kura with a dwelling) and sodegura (a small side kura) for a kimono shop and Nomura which consisted of the main residence, sodegura, bunkogura (a kura as a closet) and rengagura (a brick-layered kura) for a sugar wholesaler. In Daitoku, it sells souvenirs, exhibits historical folk documents and leases rental bikes. In Nomura, the rengagura is used as a café and sodegura is used for a soba noodle making experience.

    まちかど蔵:大徳蔵と野村蔵 A cluster of several warehouses built on merchant residences in the late Edo period survive to this day and house souvenir stores, restaurants, exhibitions of artefacts and, also...

  • Mt. Yamizo Lookout Deck
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    Ibaraki Pref. Kujigundaigomachi Kaminomiya
    This observatory built to resemble a castle is on the summit of Mt. Yamizo, the highest peak in Ibaraki Prefecture. It's on the border between Ibaraki and Fukushima Prefectures. At 16.5 meters high, it offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains including the Okukuji, Nikko, Nasu, and Abukuma ranges.
  • Tsukuba Norinkenkyudanchi Sakura-dori Street
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    Ibaraki Tsukuba-shi Kannondai 2-chome3-chome
  • Tsutsujigaoka Parking Lot
    Ibaraki Tsukuba-shi Tsukuba 1
  • Hojo Oike Pond
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    Ibaraki Tsukuba-shi Hojo
  • Sanuma Koiki Park Cherry Blossom Gardens
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    Ibaraki Shimotsuma-shi Shimotsumahei 175
  • Sotoono Shidare-zakura Cherry Blossom Tree
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    Ibaraki Kuji-gun Daigomachi Sotoono 1312
  • Shiroato Historical Park
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    Ibaraki Yuki-shi Yuki 2486-1
  • Ryujin Dam
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    Ibaraki Hitachiota-shi Shimotakakuracho 2153
  • Ishira no Izumi Spring
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    Ibaraki Ishioka-shi Koya
  • Odo no Sakura
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    Ibaraki Higashiibaraki-gun Ibarakimachi Odo 1539
  • Suwa Bairin Plum Park
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    Ibaraki Hitachi-shi Suwacho
  • Three-Trunked Cedar Tree (Mt. Oiwa)
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    Ibaraki Hitachi-shi Irishikencho 752
  • Heiwa-dori Street
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    Ibaraki Hitachi-shi Heiwacho
  • Hanyain Temple Weeping Cherry Tree
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    Ibaraki Ryugasaki-shi Nemachi 3341

Ibaraki Main Areas


Just a stone's throw from Tokyo, Ibaraki is a coastal prefecture that has mastered juxtapositions, where old shrines meet new scientific discoveries and traditional gardens are frequented by the inventors of some of the newest technology. Head to Mito City's Kairakuenーone of Japan's Three Great Gardensーin spring to experience the cellestial blooming of fantastic cherry blossoms at the annual sakura festival.

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