Other places famous for flowers Spots in Yamaguchi Area

  • Refresh Park Toyoura
    5 Reviews
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    Yamaguchi Pref. Shimonosekishi Toyourachoukawatana Takano 2035 - 9
    Enjoy a wide variety of seasonal flowers at this famous Flower Park in Shimonoseki City. The Play Area offers a variety of play equipment such as a playground set, dragon slide, and a zipline, making it very popular for children. Every fall they hold the Cosmos Festival, where over one million cosmos flowers bloom.


  • Hikari Sports Park Hydrangea Garden
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    Yamaguchi Hikari-shi Mitsui 110 Hikari Sports Park
    A famous spot for hydrangeas in the hills of Hikari Sports Park. There are about 15,000 plants of about 30 native and non-native species including Gaku hydrangea, Lorelei, and bigleaf hydrangea. They are usually in full bloom from early to late June when the slope is covered in a profusion of blooming hydrangeas. During the period it's lit up until 9 p.m., offering more mysterious scenery than during the day. An observatory at the top of the walkway's stairs lets you look down on the hydrangeas in bloom across the slope.
  • Kasayama Camellia Grove
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    Yamaguchi Hagi-shi Chinto Koshigahama
    Toragasaki cape is at the north end of Mt. Kasa. The roughly ten hectares of land are home to about 25,000 camellia trees, which burst into brilliant bloom from early December through late March, making the season relatively long. The peak season is from mid-February through late March, and the Hagi Camellia Festival is held every year during this time.. The park has walking trails and an observatory deck, offering views of the camellia woods and the Sea of Japan from 13 meters in the air.
  • Dairakuji Temple
    6 Reviews
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    Yamaguchi Hofu-shi Kuwanoyama 1-chome 5-10

    It is not a touristic temple. But the main gate is imposing and it matches, in this season, cherry blossoms around. There is a grave of Natume Masako, an actress, who died of leukemia at the age of...

  • Cho Shoji Park
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    Yamaguchi Shimonoseki-shi Toyotacho Osa Shoji
  • Nishienterano Aobashi
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    Yamaguchi Pref. Nagatoshi Senzaki Dainichi ratio 2439
  • Joman Ji no O Icho
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    Yamaguchi Kumage-gun Kaminosekicho Murotsu
  • Oyashiki Yama
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    Yamaguchi Kudamatsu-shi Nishitoyoi
  • Hikari Tsutsuji En
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    Yamaguchi Hikari-shi Mitsui 9
  • Rakanyama no Azalea
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    Yamaguchi Iwakuni-shi Nishikimachi Obara
  • Asae Shrine
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    Yamaguchi Hikari-shi Asae 1-chome 8-1
  • Genkyuji Temple
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    Yamaguchi Yamaguchi-shi Nihoshimogo Doi 2910-1
  • Tosenji Temple
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    Yamaguchi Iwakuni-shi Yokoyama 1-chome 10-31
  • Tokiwa Park
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    Yamaguchi Ube-shi Okiube
  • Futashika no Water Iris
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    Yamaguchi Iwakuni-shi Futashika
  • Yashirojimanogojo
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    Yamaguchi Pref. Oshimagunsuouoshimachou Jikamuro Sale
  • Yota no Garyu Ume
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    Yamaguchi Yanai-shi Yota

Yamaguchi Areas


Heading west along Japan's largest island, Honshu, the very last prefecture you'll reach is Yamaguchi, separated from Kyushu by a small strip of water known as the Kanmon Straits, which the far-reaching harbor city Shimonoseki looks over. With water at every turn, the seafood of Yamaguchi is an indisputable highlight, and we're not talking just the usual fish dishes - the notorious fugu, or puffer fish, is a Japanese delicacy that was discovered in Yamaguchi prefecture, making it the best place to try it out.

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