Hana-no-Miyako Park
Hana-no-Miyako Park
Hana-no-Miyako Park
Hana-no-Miyako Park
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Located by the side of the closest lake to Mt. Fuji, this park at 1,000 meters above sea level is always covered with seasonal flowers. Overflowing with bright colors and rich nature, it is a very romantic spot. In Seiryu no Sato, there are greenhouses for all types of climates where visitors can view rare tropical plants, orchids, and others, anytime throughout the year. Besides this, there are also a Japanese style garden, triple water wheels, the "Myojin no Taki" falls, a water playground, and an area for visitors to explore and experience the lava tree mold that visitors can explore the exciting underground experience.

  • Address

    1650 Yamanaka, Yamanakako-Mura, Minamitsuru, Yamanashi

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  • Entry fee

    ・April 16 to November 30
    Adults ¥ 500/Elementary and junior high school students 200
    ・Dec. 1 - March 15 Free
    ・March 16 to April 15
    Adults ¥ 300/Elementary and junior high school students 120

  • Opening Hours

    16th April - 15th October: 8:30 - 17:30
    16th October - 15th April: 9:00 - 16:30

  • Closed

    Every Tuesday from 1st December to 15th March (Except during New Year's holidays)

  • Website


  • Best Season

    All year

  • Point

    Many varieties of flowers reach their best season at different times throughout the year. Information regarding which flowers are blooming when is available and continuously updated on their website.

  • Nearest Station/IC Access

    -Get on the road bus at "Fujisan Station" on the Fujikyuko Line, and get off at the "Hana no Miyako Park Entrance" stop
    -Get on the Fujikyuko bus at the JR Shinkansen "Mishima Station" and get of at the "Oshino Entrance" stop

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