Immerse yourself in tropical flowers and fruit at Miyako Botanic Garden!
Learn about what the biggest garden in Shikoku has to offer.
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...
A lovely example of a Japanese strolling garden, a genre popularized in the Edo period.
Take a stroll through the history of east meets west in this picturesque garden with glorious views.
A place that is quite a favorite for lovers and newlywed couples. Here both early and late blooming lavenders bloom, so flowers can be seen throughout the season.
Remnants of an Imperial Villa Garden immerse with the Isshiki Coast of Hayama.
Japan’s largest herb garden with seasonal flowers and mountain views
105 acres of expertly curated floral beauty, less than an hour away from downtown Tokyo
Kengo Kuma revives the rural atmosphere of an urban village.
A serene oasis in the heart of Chiba Prefectures’ Funabashi city