Yamanakako Hananomiyako Park, Yamanakako-mura

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When flowers bloom at Yamanakako Hananomiyako Park, the entire region boasts colorful scenery with numerous plant species, the most prevalent of which are tulips. Walk through the park to explore different types flowers and enjoy their pleasant smell. The site offers a playground for kids, so they can have fun while you take some memorable photos. If you happen to visit during the Golden Week, the first week of May when Japan celebrates several national holidays, you'll find the park illuminated with thousands of little lights that create a truly magical atmosphere. Plan your visit to Yamanakako Hananomiyako Park and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Yamanakako-mura trip itinerary planner.
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  • It's famous for flower garden, but you can see Mt. Fuji best around here. 花の都公園自体は入ったことがありませんが、この周辺で富士山を一番よく見られるのが公園周辺です。 じゃまな電柱などもなく、富士山をフルに堪能できるはず!  more »
  • Free event 17:00-was walking in the glittering lights. Doing or keyboard concert while eating fried chicken and fried in the stalls, I was doing a concert of Baroque music in the greenhouse, famous.
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  • From Kawaguchiko enters the side from 138 to the Lake in the mountains. View from Mt. Fuji is best. Especially when it snowed two days ago to enjoy even better views. I think is in place in the car. Paying the entrance fee, my guess is good, walking around, just look at Mt. Fuji is worth. Yamanaka Lake part of the winter tire is absolutely required. The climate is different from Tokyo. Maybe OK is dangerous. Please note that.
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