Yokohama’s Nogeyama Park Hydrangeas

Let the colors shine!

By Steve Morton    - 1 min read

Famous for boasting one of the only free zoo’s you are likely to find in Japan (and perhaps the world), Yokohama’s Nogeyama Park also presents another reason to lure any would be visitor - Hydrangeas.

From May to June these colorful flowers can be seen in many popular tourist spots as well as throughout most neighborhoods. Whilst many of these flowers bloom into a rich blue tone, there are also various other different colors, many of which can be found within this park that is located several hundred meters away from JR Sakuragichi Station.    

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Yokohama based content creator, editor, and researcher. Steven likes, eating, reading and traveling on a streamlined budget guaranteed to make any self-respecting local gulp. When not too busy with work assignments, Steven attempts to not get lost while following Japanese tourist maps.Follow me on Wordpress or Instagram... and let's connect!