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Flowering 2023 - Nemophila Season
(Hitachi Seaside Park)

フラワーリング 2023(ひたち海浜公園)

The most popular destination in Japan to enjoy Nemophila flowers.

The organizers have confirmed that this event is GOING ahead.
We're sure this is happening, but 2023 dates and times are not confirmed.

DATE

2023 :  11th April to 4th May (17th -25th April is peak)
*The peak season may change slightly depending on the weather.

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Hours
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*Dates and times have not been confirmed by the organizer.

*Check here for the Autumn Kochia season  (Mid – Late October).

TIME

9:30〜17:00  

Closed : Every Tuesday 

*In the event that Tuesday is a national holiday, the park will be closed on the next weekday. (Please see the park calendar here)

*Dates and times have not been confirmed by the organizer.

COST

*Prices are from 2022 season.

How to enjoy the Nemophila Season at Hitachi Seaside Park

Take many beautiful photos

Enjoy a fun family day out

Have a fun girl's day out

Fun for children

Enjoy with a group of friends

Good for Solo travelers

Walk around the park

Enjoy 3-4 hours

💙💐Swim through an Endless Ocean of Nemophilas!💐💙

Come find your inner peace at the 💐Hitachi Seaside Park💐 during their Nemophila💙 season!

Baby blue flowers blowing in the wind, the brilliantly clear sky, and the Pacific Ocean sparkling under the sun… Everything around you is blue💙 like an endless ocean. Every corner of this 3.5-hectare field is covered with more than 5 million nemophila, also known as “Baby Blue Eyes.”💙 Take a deep breath and rest your soul😇— you deserved this moment🎀!

The park🌳 itself is even bigger and is home to various seasonal flowers💐 and plants, thanks to its conservation work to protect the coastal environment🌴. Bring your friends and family for a fun day out!

What else to do near Hitachi Seaside Park?

– A few local recommendations –

Hill with nemophila at Hitachi Seaside Park in Hitachinaka
Hitachinaka

Hitachinaka City

Hitachinaka City is a seaside city in Ibaraki prefecture famous for Nemophila flowers and Kochia at the Hitachi Seaside Park as well as their fish market and delicious seafood.

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Access (How to get to Hitachi Seaside Park)

From Tokyo

Address

Miharashi no Oka Hill at the Hitachi Seaside Park
(Address: 605-4 Onuma-aza, Mawatari, Hitachinaka, Ibaraki Prefecture, 312-0012)

〒312-0012 茨城県ひたちなか市大字馬渡 字大沼605-4

By Train

From Katsuta Station (JR Joban Line)

1) There is usually a special shuttle (bus) services during Nemophila season.

2) You can also take a bus from bus stop No. 2 and get off at “West Gate” or “South Gate.”

3) Or take a taxi to Hitachi Seaside Park West Gate.  (Approximately 15 minutes)

By Car

Exit at the Hitachinaka toll road at Hitachi Seaside Park IC and drive for 2 min.

(To avoid congestion during Nemophila season please see  these English instructions for driving to the park in busy seasons)

By Bus

From Tokyo Station (Yaesu Minami Exit / Yaesu South Exit)

Ride the Ibaraki Kotsu expressway bus bound for ‘Katsuta/Tokai(勝田/東海)’ and get off at Kaihinkoen Nishiguchi(海浜公園西口) (Approx. 2 hours)

Places to STAY near Hitachi Seaside Park

Hotels (Western style)

There are several business style western hotels in Hitachinaka and Oarai.

Ryokans

There are a few Ryokans with onsen and rooms looking out to the sea in Hitachinaka and Oarai.

Hotel Crystal Palace

Lobby of Hotel Crystal Palace in Hitachinaka city

A western-style affordable hotel conveniently close to Hitachi Seaside Park, Oarai, and Ajigaura, which are famous sightseeing spots near Tokyo. Also easily accessible from Mito. (The nearest station is Katsuta)

Contact Details (Hitachi Seaside Park)

For information about the Nemophila season (Nemophila Harmony), please contact the Hitachi Seaside Park Office directly.


Tel: +81 029-265-9001

Websites

English Website (Official)  (External Link – English)

Japanese Website (Official)  (External Link – Japanese)

French Website (Official )  (External Link – French)

Spanish Website (Official)  (External Link – Spanish)
German Website (Official)  (External Link – German)
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