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Shukkeien Garden

Shukkeien Garden

Explore the best of traditional Japanese landscaping and views of the stunning taiko-bashi bridge at Shukkeien Garden, a historic oasis in the heart of Hiroshima.

Utsubuki Park

Utsubuki Park

Travel off the beaten path and experience one of Japan’s top 100 cherry blossom viewing spots.

Tottori Castle

Kyusho Park (Tottori Castle Ruins)

Admire cherry blossoms and avoid large crowds in a park featuring castle ruins, a history museum and a mansion from the 1900s.

Bihoku Hillside Park

Bihoku Hillside Park

For the best views of seasonal flowers and winter illuminations in Hiroshima.

Tenkaiho

Tenkaiho

For seasonal flowers on one side and more than 200 tiny islands on the other, head to the observation deck at Tenkaiho.

Rokko Garden Terrace and Shidare Observatory

Rokko Garden Terrace and Shidare Observatory

A garden park atop Mount Rokko that includes shops and restaurants, a tree-inspired observatory and illumination events

Miyako Botanic Garden

Miyako Botanic Garden

Immerse yourself in tropical flowers and fruit at Miyako Botanic Garden!

Nanrakuen

Nanrakuen Garden

Learn about what the biggest garden in Shikoku has to offer.

Shimin no Mori (Country Forest)

Planned as part of the centennial celebrations of the Meiji Restoration and opened in October 1971, Miyazaki City’s Shimin no Mori covers almost thirty hectares of the Awakigahara Forest Park. Divided into...

Suizenji Jojuen Garden

Suizenji Jojuen Garden

A lovely example of a Japanese strolling garden, a genre popularized in the Edo period.

Glover Garden

Glover Garden

Take a stroll through the history of east meets west in this picturesque garden with glorious views.