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Nabana no Sato – Flower Park

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Nabana no Sato – It is one of the largest Flower Park in Japan

Nabana no Sato (なばなの里) is a flower park located in Kuwana City, Mie Prefecture and opened in 1998 with the purpose of providing visitors with the beauty of seasonal flowers, enjoying each season of the year.

The park is famous for its seasonal flowers throughout the year and also hosts a spring flower festival that runs from late March to late April. This flower festival is also reputed to be one of the biggest festivals of its kind in Japan. From spring to summer, the park is home to a variety of flowers, hydrangeas, tulips, roses and daffodils. It is the largest flower garden in the country, with an area of about 43.000 m², in addition to the incredible flowers grown all year round, the park has a large greenhouse called Begonia Garden (Jardim Begonia – Flower Garden in the Andes), the greenhouse measures approximately 9.000m², there are plants and flowers of different types.

About 12 thousand begonias make this place very special. There are several environments inside the greenhouse, with a wide variety of begonias that enchant people. Colors, aromas and beautiful arrangements enchant all visitors.

Note: The price and time of entry to Nabana no Sato (Parque das Flores) depend on the time of year.

Flower Festival and Firefly Festival

Ticket: 1.600 yen per person ages 6 and up (includes 1.000 yen vouchers)

  • From the 7th to the 24th of May from 9:00 to 21:00
  • From the 25th of May to the 23rd of June from 9:00 to 22:00
  • From the 24th of June to the 7th of July from 9:00 to 21:00

Simple Period

Ticket: 1.000 yen per person ages 6 and up (includes 1.000 yen vouchers)

  • From the 13th of July to the 21st of September from 9:00 to 21:00

Dahlia & Cosmos Festival

Ticket: 1.600 yen per person ages 6 and up (includes 1.000 yen vouchers)

  • From mid-September to mid-October from 9:00 to 21:00

Begonia Garden

Ticket: 1.000 yen

Winter Lighting

But the park perhaps attracts more visitors in winter, when the park hosts a winter lighting event. Winter illuminations are held from October to the end of May. The lighting is one of the biggest lighting events in Japan and as such it draws huge crowds from all prefectures. The park becomes a fantastic Festival of Lights, where millions of LED lights of different colors are used, blending with nature and the park’s landscaping, providing visitors with a wonderful illuminated scenario of great beauty.
There is also a beautiful glowing tunnel 200 meters long, the Twin Trees, an overwater lighting called Rio Brilhante, a famous valley where every year an amazing light show with a different theme takes place. And in the middle of the park, you’ll find Fuji Island, which is a mobile observation platform that rises 45 meters above the ground. There, you will have a 360 degree panoramic view, where we can contemplate the entire park.

Winter Lighting: From October 20th to May 6th.

Ticket (from 12 years old): 2.300 yen (amount referring to the lighting period).

Obs.: 1.000 yen coupon included with park admission ticket.

Parking: Free

Winter Lighting Hours:

Weekday from 9:00 to 21:00

On January 1st it is open to the public from 9:00 to 21:00

Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 9:00 to 22:00

Other days:

December 25th and 28th from 9:00 am to 22:00

From the 2nd to the 4th of January from 9:00 to 22:00

From March 1st to May 6th from 9:00 am to 22:00

Fone: 0594-41-0787 (Japonês)

Mie, Kuwana, Nagashima-cho, Komae Urushibata 270

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