Tottori Hanakairo Flower Park, Nanbu-cho
(4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • I go see the lights every year. Local delicious food eaten after the stalls and restaurants, look around.
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  • 11-first, went on the last day of girigyriautumn. Red Salvia wall-to-wall with Oyama was very beautiful. Viola just planted, but almost no other flowers not seen Miss.  Conservatory is in all three, the road stretches from the Central Conservatory. It also can be reached from the road around gltsu and the flower road of the covered garden. Walking efficiently, if you're around here, really is the best. You can also leave the road in places from it. Look well even in the train, helpful. Go expect the Conservatory of flowers is nice as a resting spot, and soft serve ice cream stalls and tables and chairs are the main greenhouse is disappointing. I want more then tropical greenhouse from say Japan's largest greenhouse. Say gltsu and the spinning duration by 1 hour. If you would take less than two hours 10 minutes. Look only when non-floral and greenhouse seems to manage to become 30 minutes. When it comes to greenhouse and Botanical Garden and other areas, are fully equipped. Expecting nice piece of repartee was only planned to stay for the whole day.
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  • The Park decorated with LEDS are very helpful. Because the cheaper entrance fee and parking can be recommended. I'd better go to see the flowers in the spring. It is at the foot of Mt. Daisen.
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