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Suzuka Forest Garden
Suzuka Forest Garden concentrates on researching and cultivating “Kurehashidare”, a type of double-plum cherry blossom. The garden is only open to the general public during the flowering period, when visitors can enjoy 200 or more blooming weeping plum trees, collected from across the country. Japan’s so-called largest weeping cherry tree is also said to be located here.
151-2, Yamamoto Town, Suzuka City, Mie Prefecture, 519-0315
• Adult: 500 JPY - 1,500 JPY * • Elementary School Student: Half Price • Preschoolers: Free *Entrance fee varies according to the status of the flowers
9:00 am - 4:00 pm (February - March) *Open until 9:00 pm during the illumination period
No holidays during the Plum Festival
Approx. 20-minutes from "Kanno-Jinja" bus stop - accessible via Community Bus Tsubaki and the Hirata line
Approx. 3-minutes from Suzuka Interchange
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