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Gunma Flower Park

Address:
2471-7 Kashiwagura-machi, Maebashi, Gunma 371-0246 Japan
Telephone:
+81-27-283-8189
Shops and Restaurants: Available in the park
Parking:
Available up to 500 cars

The park is located on the south side of Mt. Akagi, and its huge flowerbeds are always full of various kinds of flowers in all seasons. There are five greenhouses, an event hall called Flower Hall, a petting zoo and play areas for small children.

Hours

Open 7days a week.
9:00 to 17:00 from March to November.
9:00 to 18:00 on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from March to October.
10:00 to 17:00 from December to February.
The park is open at night, too, during summer vacation and Christmas holidays.

Admission Fee

700 yen from March to November.
500 yen from December to February.
Free for junior high school students or younger children.

Diredtions

By Train: Use the JR Ryomo Line. The park is approximately 15 kilometers from Maebashi Station. When using the Jomo Dentetsu Line, get off the train at Ogo Station and use the demand bus if you like. The park is about 6 kilometers from the station and 15 minutes buy bus.

By Car: The park is located approximately 22 kilometers/ 30 minutes from Akagi Exit off the Kannnetsu Expressway toward Akagi.

Parking: Available for free up to 500 cars and 35 buses.

What to See in the Park

Greenhouses

There are five individual greenhouses including a tropical plants house, a begonia house, a cactus house, an orchid house, and the event house where various kinds of events are held through the year.

 

 


Ajisai-en (Hydrangea Garden)

About 3,000 colorful hydrangea are planted in this garden. Surrounding this garden are the English Garden, the Rock Garden with alpine plants, the Walkway with various herbs and the Rose Garden with 130 varieties of flowers.


Flatopia (Flowerbed)

The flowerbed is always covered with many varieties of flowers through the year. If you go up to the Park Tower, you can look over the Kanto Plain and might have a chance to see Mt. Fuji.