Michinoku Hydrangea Park is open for a short time in the summer annually. From July 1 to July 31, the flower event is focused on the rainy season flower, the ajisai, or hydrangea. Many hydrangea here are harvested and sold throughout other areas of Japan. Michinoku Park offers a dedicated hydrangea garden that has a wide array of hydrangeas and over 40,000 blossoming flowers. Visitors can have a full viewing experience of hydrangeas along a 2 kilometer-long walking path.
Along the path, thousands of blooming hydrangeas surround the trail on every side. In the middle of the path, there is a place to get a meal and rest. Relax and take your time because there are resting places along the way. Enjoy a variety of hydrangea ranging from the Mountain Hydrangea, Hortensia, and Ezoajisai. Visitors who are tired of walking or are impaired may use a chargeable cart.
Selected as one of the "Hana Ikenobo Shoyo", it is part of the top 100 gardens in Japan.
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