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There are 3000 plum trees that bloom in this famous garden. The "Night Plum Festival" where candles light up the plum trees is well-known all over Japan. The azaleas that bloom in early summer, and the Japanese clovers in autumn are also popular. It is one of the parks in Japan that strikes the best balance of light and darkness (yin and yang).
133 Tokiwa-cho, Mito, Ibaraki
Paid area closed due to earthquake
February 20-September 30 : 06:00-19:00 October 1-February 19: 07:00-18:00
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One of the “Three Great Gardens” in Japan, it is renowned for its beautiful plum trees.
20 minutes by bus from JR Mito Station, get off at Kairakuen and walk 5 minutes
20 minutes by car from Mito Interchange via Joban Expressway
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