Other places famous for flowers Spots in Okayama Area

  • Fuji Wisteria Park
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Pref. Wakegunwakechou Fujino 1386-2
    This park is located along Prefectural Route 46 in the Fujino area of Wake Town, Wake County. It has wisteria trellises with a total length of 500 meters, and is known as a popular place to see wisteria with the largest variety in Japan. You can see approximately 100 kinds of different colors and shapes. From late April to early May when the flowers are at their best, they are lit up for the Fuji Matsuri.
  • Kasaoka Bay Reclaimed Land Rape Blossom and Sunflower Fields
    Travel / Tourism
    245-5 Kabuto Minami-cho, Kasaoka-shi, Okayama-ken
    These flower fields are located in the Kabuto Nishimachi area of Kasaoka City. You can see the approximately 10 million rape blossoms that bloom from mid-March to early April, poppies that blooms around May, sunflowers that blooms around August, and approximately 30 million cosmos that blooms from September to late October. Events are also held at the adjacent Roadside Station Kasaoka Bay Farm along National Route 2 when the flowers are at their best.
  • Sakazu Park
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Okayama Pref. Kurashikishi Sakadu 1556
    This park is located in Sakazu, Kurashiki City. It has a multipurpose field, outdoor pool, plaza and large playground equipment. There are water distribution ponds, water gates and irrigation canals under the theme of water and cherry blossoms, and it is popular as a cherry blossom viewing spot in the spring when the approximately 500 trees bloom.
  • Sogenji Temple
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    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Okayama-shi Naka-ku Maruyama 1069

    ふっと落ち着きたい時ってないですか? そういう時、いつ行っても門を入った処から、綺麗にお掃除も行き届き、ゆっくり散策しながら歩いているとホッとして癒され落ち着きます。 不思議と外人の方が、お掃除したり、手入れをされています。 現在は日本人の修行者はいないのでしょうか? やはり外国の人の真剣さが、それだけで伝わって来るようです。 ここは、友人とかでなくて一人での散策がお勧めです。 夏も涼しくて天然の...

  • Saihoin
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    2 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Pref. Bizenshi Ochi 995

    備前市に位置している落ち着いていていとをかしなお寺。備前市に位置している落ち着いていていとをかしなお寺。

  • Suzuran no Sono
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    1 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Niimi-shi Tettacho Tabuchi

    「すずらん」が見頃ということで、同園を訪れることにしました。入口のを過ぎて右側が1番群生していました。小さくて白いとっても可愛い花でした。初めてすずらんを見たので感激です。ただ、もう少し沢山咲いているのかなと思っていました。少し肩透かしだったのかも・・・。 園内は遊歩道が完備されています。駐車場も大変広くて安心です。ただ、トイレが古くて小さいです。尚、入園料は無料です。

  • Okato Clarification Center Cosmos Hata
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Okayama-shi Higashi-ku Masuda 614-11 Okato Clarification Center
  • Bitchu Kokubunji Temple Renge Hata
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Soja-shi Kanbayashi 1046
  • Daishoji Temple no Ajisai
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Mimasaka-shi Daishoji 1
  • Koigakuboshitugennohanabana
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Pref. Nimishi Tesseichouyada
  • Kawakaiyamanokusagunkiji
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Pref. Mimasakashi Minami
  • Hokubo no Cosmos
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Maniwa-shi Kamimizuta
  • Mimuro Valley no Shakunage
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Niimi-shi Shingo Yuno
  • Shizutani School no Tsubaki
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Bizen Shizutani 784
  • Izumo Kaido
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Maniwa-gun Shinjoson Kamimachi
  • Iwaiune Nodai Sakura
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Pref. Maniwashi Iwaiune
  • Osono Yamazakura
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Pref. Tsuyamashi Aba Oso
  • Kibiji Bitchu Kokubunji Temple Surrounding area
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Soja-shi Kanbayashi
  • Cosmos Kaido
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Maniwa-shi Kamimizuta
  • Akaiwa Nishinaka Nishiyama Area
    Travel / Tourism
    Okayama Akaiwa-shi Nishinaka

Okayama Areas

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Overshadowed by Hiroshima to the west and the Kansai region to the east, Okayama is an easy spot to miss but a nature-rich gem where the Seto Inland Sea laps at its toes and peach and grape farms complete its interior. One of Japan's Three Great Gardens, Koraku-en in Okayama city is well worth a visit before progressing to Kurashiki, where preserved wooden Edo buildings line the picturesque canal.

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