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Ashikaga Flower Park

Closed Now: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Ashikaga Flower Park Admission Ticket
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Ashikaga Flower Park Admission Ticket
from $8.08*
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“tomita station”(20 reviews)
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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607 Hasamacho, Ashikaga 329-4216, Tochigi Prefecture
+81 284-91-4939
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed September 25, 2010

Very popular with the local Japanese aunties and uncles and busload of tourists, but when we were there, we are the two foreigners amid the crowds. Guess not much foreign tourists go there as it is quite out from Tokyo city. However, I would emphasize...More

39  Thank kisetsu
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed July 16, 2017

It was pretty, yeah, but we expected way more wisteria to be in bloom. We went in what was considered "prime time" but we were underwhelmed. It was nice to get out of Tokyo and see parts of a new prefecture, but this was a...More

6  Thank Briteedubs
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All reviews full bloom tomita station late april different colors train ride from tokyo peak season flowering plants the main attraction once in a lifetime taking photos soft serve ice cream minute walk must visit place jr pass yen per person entry fee two hours
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Reviewed August 27, 2018

What a nice place . Something which i have never seen before. it was super crowded when i was there . you may choose to stay a bit late until most the tourist left the place, you can take very nice photo

1  Thank Hoi W
Reviewed June 21, 2018

If you plan to visit Ashikaga Flower Park for their beautiful wisteria, just be mindful that you should check their flowering status ahead of your visit. I went to the park around mid-May 2018 (on the last day of the light illumination season in fact)...More

3  Thank sookyee_lee
Reviewed June 18, 2018

Wisteria flowers are set up soo beautiful in this park that they are worth everything. Its best to visit this park in the month of April-May where the park is open in the night. the flowers look really good with the lighting. If you love...More

Thank archana p
Reviewed May 29, 2018

Even though the wisteria were 99% gone in May, the roses were absolutely amazing. I was actually glad I saw the roses and not the wisteria because roses came in all colours. They were blooming everywhere. It was the most beautiful park I had been...More

Thank PuritaM1
Reviewed May 27, 2018

Worth the train ride from Tokyo to witness these natural wonders. It would be worth checking with the park's website and other recent posts on social media to get an idea of much the flowers are in bloom before making the trek out there. The...More

Thank csflorenzo
Reviewed May 26, 2018

We went there at nearly full bloom. There are many varieties of wisteria - different colors and sizes. Some large wisteria trees are impressive. The layout of the garden is excellent. When tired, there are always resting places nearby. People can simply rest, have a...More

2  Thank SKH_Sydney
Reviewed May 21, 2018

We were lucky enough to visit the gardens when the wisteria were just beginning to bloom and when the azaleas and some rhododendrons were in full bloom. We are keen gardeners and have seen some beautiful gardens but this was certainly one of the best...More

3  Thank Graham F
Reviewed May 21, 2018 via mobile

Even though it took long times from a Tokyo to Ashikaga but it was worth to go. The season for Wisteria Flower is every year around mid April to mid May. But I strongly suggested to visit in end of April as this should be...More

1  Thank princessdyll
Reviewed May 19, 2018

we went in a group slightly after the flower season , still the park was awesome . a good place to spend couple of hours amidst the beauty of nature arranged in a superb way . well laid out . Wisteria tree is awesome

Thank Samir K
Reviewed May 15, 2018 via mobile

Its the month of wisteria after tulip and sakura in Japan.. beautiful sprays of white, yellow and pink wisteria with a surprise pyramids of lupins

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Khaled B
September 14, 2018|
Response from Stroumpfette | Reviewed this property |
On the English website the winter illuminations should start end October to end January so you should be fine . And you should be able to see it he fall colors.
May 27, 2018|
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Response from princessdyll | Reviewed this property |
Depend on what floral you like to see. There are different floral in different months and seasons in Ashikaga. You can check on their website before you go. As I knew Ashikaga is famous for its Wisteria. If in summer season... More
May 17, 2018|
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Response from mikef888au | Reviewed this property |
Hi Brian, according to their own predictions, there will be hydrangeas flowering then. I think the roses and clematis would have finished. And too early for their Amethyst Sage and Autumn Roses. Ashikaga is on a JR line so... More