Shirai Ohmachi Fuji Park
Shirai Ohmachi Fuji Park
Shirai Ohmachi Fuji Park
Shirai Ohmachi Fuji Park Shirai Ohmachi Fuji Park Shirai Ohmachi Fuji Park

Ohmachi Fuji Park, located in Wadayama-Cho, Hyogo Prefecture, is the largest wisteria park in the Sanin region with 7,000 square meters and wisteria trellises extending 500 meters. Local volunteers grafted wisteria provided by the Wisteria Park in Wake, Okayama Prefecture. The scenery of white, purple, and pink flowers swaying in the wind is magnificent. In April, daffodils bloom on the slope, and the words "Ohmachi Pond" are painted on the white flowers. A 5-meter diameter waterwheel and a waterwheel shed built by the residents in the park remind us of the nostalgic atmosphere of the countryside.

  • Address

    1008 Shirai, Wadayama-cho, Asago City, Hyogo Prefecture 669-5220, Japan

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  • Entry fee

    Fee: Junior high school students and older: 500 yen (free for elementary school students and younger) / Group (20 or more people): 400 yen / Handicap certificate: 300 yen
    *Not sure the latest information or not. Please check the official website for details.

  • Opening Hours

    9:00 - 18:00 (last admission at 17:30)
    *Not sure the latest information or not. For more details, please check the official website.

  • Closed

    The park is usually open from late April to mid-May.

  • Website

    http://www.oomachi.info/

  • Best Season

    Apr., May

  • Point

    -

  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    From Wadayama IC, go north on Route 312, go straight at the intersection of Ippon Yanagi, turn right at Wadayama Junior High School and Fujikko, and turn left at the traffic light at the end of the road. Follow the road for about 2 km, turn right at the next traffic light, and follow the road for about 4 km.

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