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Ashikaga Flower Park, Ashikaga

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Admire the floral displays of Ashikaga Flower Park, a large garden known for its traditional Japanese wisteria, referred to here as "fuji" trees. Take in the blue, white, and pink fuji on a stroll through the large park, with the far-reaching branches of the oldest trees supported by wooden frames, creating a blooming, colorful canopy to walk under. You'll find many other flowers, water features, and light displays throughout the park, as well as a number of restaurants and cafes offering refreshments. Arrange your visit to Ashikaga Flower Park and discover more family-friendly attractions in Ashikaga using our Ashikaga trip itinerary maker.
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TripAdvisor
  • Expect a large crowd at this stunning flower park. After our disappointment at Hitachi Seaside Park in the morning, this Garden made up for it. Such a variety of flowers but best of all is the display...  more »
  • This place is out of the ordinary when the wisteria are in full bloom.We saw many fuji trees with purple and dazzling white flowers.Took many photos here.There are other types of flowers too including...  more »
  • Fantastic park if you like flowers. We just missed the height of the wisteria season (which gives this park its fame), but there is also a beautiful rose garden and many other flowers.. The only reaso...  more »
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  • The flowers can't be beat. It really is as gorgeous as it looks online, and the meandering pathways mean new sights wherever you walk. There are amazing sights in all seasons because of how thoughtfully the park is designed. But during the warmer months and the hottest part of the day it's hard to find a shady spot to sit down.
  • We came on April 22 to see the wisteria flowers. It's about 2 hours out of Tokyo, depending where you are staying. The trip will take most of the day. Expect to spend at least 2-4 hours here depending if you eat or are taking photos. There were some wisteria trees that were starting to bloom but they were definitely not close to full bloom like how you see in photos. We were a little bummed out, but you can't predict nature completely. There were still a ton of beautiful flowers and we were even able to catch some of the cherry blossoms still blooming. This place was still definitely worth taking a trip to. Lots of great photo ops! You must try the wisteria ice cream and visit the gift shop. Make sure you bring enough yen since they don't take credit cards.
  • Beautifully arranged flower garden. The 150year old Wisteria tree was surreal! Especially during the evening light up! The entry is a bit expensive but look out for train + entry packages at the train station as it could save you over 50%! You can't bring food in for picnic at the park but there are reasonably priced food inside. The Wisteria soft serve was also delicious!
  • I visited the park on May 6, 2017 during night light up festival. It was awesome you can see, smell and feel the flowers. We rested under the wisteria flower and the gentle wind blows some flower leaves as it is falling. Highly recommend to visit and try the wisteria ice cream.
  • Took a couple trains to get here from Tokyo and has a $1000yen entrance fee. Huge gardens which I'm sure would look amazing with the wisteria; however, they were not yet in bloom when I visited. Still had nice flowers and trees around with restaurants and a gift shop in the front.