Mito Hydrangea Festival (Mito no Ajisai Matsuri)
One of the best hydrangea (ajisai) viewing spots near Tokyo
2021 : Mid June to Early July
The area is open to public at all times.
How to enjoy the Mito Hydrangea Festival
💐The Blessings of Rain in Blue, Pink, and Purple!
Walk among Charming Hydrangeas!💐
Come visit the lovely 💐Mito Hydrangea Festival💐 for amazing views of Ajisai (Hydrangea) flowers!
Indeed, the rainy season☔ can get quite gloomy, but there’s still plenty of reason to smile😊 and enjoy the day! Hydrangeas are a symbol of Japan’s rainy season☔ and are cherished for their huge variety of colors and shapes✨.
Every year around June, the Howaen Garden becomes exceptionally colorful and pretty with its 6000 hydrangeas💐! After taking your time spotting the different gradations of blue💙, pink💕, and purple💜, stroll through the surrounding 🎀Mito Romance District🎀, where cultural events like tea parties🍵 and haiku readings are held. Without a doubt, people in Japan really know how to enjoy every distinct season😊!
What to do nearby Mito Hydrangea Festival?
例えば Amazing local Restaurants, Great cafes, Sake Tasting など
Access (How to get to Mito Hydrangea Festival)
Howaen Garden (保和苑), 13-19 Matsumoto-cho, Mito City, Ibaraki Prefecture, 310-0052
Mito Station (JR Joban Line)
Take the JR Joban Line to Mito Station and exit from the North gate. From Bus Stop No.7, take the bus bound for Ibaraki University/Watari via Sakaecho. Get off at Howaen-iriguchi after approximately 15 minutes. Walk for 4 minutes from the bus stop.
From the Mito IC on the Joban Expressway, take Route 50 and follow signs for Central Mito. At the Daikumachi intersection, turn left towards Ibaraki University and continue for approximately 5 minutes.
(We highly recommend using public transport due to heavy traffic and limited parking space during the festival)