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Atami Plum Garden, Atami
(3.5/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
With 472 trees of 59 varieties, some over a century old, Atami Plum Garden provides a true smorgasbord of plum trees. Famous for some of the earliest plum blossoms in Japan, as well as an abundance of red maple leaves in fall, the garden surrounds a stream with a small waterfall. Opened in 1886, the plum grove dotted with maple trees and azaleas nowadays also features an art gallery and a Korean garden. A huge ancient camphor tree overshadows a small temple, where devotees come to pray for help with alcoholism. Geisha performances, folk songs, and sweet sake festivals occur during the blooming season, from January to March. Take a bus or walk 15 minutes uphill from Kinomiya station to reach the garden. Our Atami itinerary planner makes visiting Atami Plum Garden and other Atami attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Twilight plum walking ascent from kinomiya station, visited. Love the trees in full autumn glory dyed slowly walking the park admission fee was about 1 hour, but leaves spread along the flow of the stream and enjoyed the atmosphere.
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  • Plum when I went, but never leaves. 11/27. At the entrance was a sweet-tea service. Free tours are offered, in and took advantage. Año is good for the people. Slowly around one hour enjoyed autumn leaves. It might be good in a week.
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  • Autumn leaves Festival is visited by being held in 11/18 early. But staff could leisurely soak in the foot in the Park, admission is free. Also wants to go to the next plum blossoms are in bloom.
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