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Special Collection of Nagoya Flower Viewing Events in 2022

Special Collection of Nagoya Flower Viewing Events in 2021





In addition to locations that rank among the 100 best spots for cherry blossoms in Japan, Nagoya is home to many famous places for cherry blossoms. Whether it’s strolling along a road lined with cherry trees or taking photos of the scenery at Nagoya Castle, enjoy Nagoya’s cherry blossoms in the way you like best.
From major spots to little-known places, our feature introduces 12 recommended flower viewing spots in the city.

2022 Nagoya Cherry Blossom Forecast
Date of First Bloom: Around Friday, March 25 / Date of Full Bloom: Around Saturday, April 2

*Event contents and times subject to change. Please confirm the latest information on the official websites before heading out.

Okanzakura Cherry Blossoms Avenue

Around 140 cherry trees of primarily Okanzakura are planted along an avenue that extends roughly 1.4 kilometers along the north-south road dividing Higashi Ward's Izumi 2-Chome and 3-Chome. Here you can see the earliest cherry blossoms in the city.
Okanzakura Cherry Blossoms Avenue

Number of trees: Around 140
Best viewing time: The end of February-end of March
Place: From Higashi Ward's "Sakura-dori Izumi 2-Chome" intersection until north of "Yoshino 2" intersection
Access: Just next to Takaoka Station Exit 2 on the Sakura-dori subway line.

Blooming Conditions
>> Higashi Ward Office Official Twitter (Japanese)
>> Higashi Ward Official Facebook (Japanese)

Okanzakura Cherry Blossoms Avenue
Okanzakura Cherry Blossoms Avenue

Nagoya Castle

The castle and cherry blossoms collaborate to create an atmosphere unique to Japan. Centered around Somei-Yoshino and weeping cherry trees, around 10 varieties of more than 1,000 cherry trees are planted within the castle grounds. You can see weeping cherry trees from the end of March, with Somei-Yoshino cherry approaching peak viewing about one week later, followed by green-colored Gyoiko cherry blossoms around mid-April.
Nagoya Castle and Cherry Blossoms

Number of trees: About 1,000 (Somei-Yoshino, weeping cherry trees, etc.)
Best viewing time: The end of March-beginning of April
Cost: 500 yen for adults, free for junior high school students and younger
Access:
 Just next to the Me~guru Nagoya Sightseeing Route Bus "Nagoya Castle" Bus Stop.
 5-minute walk from the Shiyakusho Station Exit 7 on the Meijo subway line.

Blooming Conditions
>> Nagoya Castle Official Twitter (Japanese)

Event Information
Nagoya Castle Spring Festival
Saturday, March 19-Thursday, May 5, 2022 *Anticipated

Nagoya Castle and Cherry Blossoms
Nagoya Castle and Cherry Blossoms
Nagoya Castle and Cherry Blossoms

Meijo Park

Meijo Park's North Garden is popular as a spot for gazing at the castle while enjoying the Somei-Yoshino cherry trees around the pond. In addition to Ofuke Pond and a Lawn Plaza within the park, there's also a café inside Meijo Park Flower Plaza.
Meijo Park Cherry Blossoms

Number of trees: Approximately 200
Best viewing time: The end of March
Access: 3-minute walk from Meijo Koen Station Exit 2 on the Meijo subway line.

Blooming Conditions
>> Meijo Park Official Facebook (Japanese)
>> Meijo Park Official Instagram (Japanese)

*Illumination cancelled in 2022

Meijo Park Cherry Blossoms
Meijo Park Cherry Blossoms
Meijo Park Cherry Blossomsの桜

Tsuruma Park

This is one of Nagoya's most famous cherry blossom spots. The Cherry Tree Grove northeast of the Fountain Tower was chosen as one of Japan's 100 best spots for cherry blossoms. The area around Tatsugaike Pond where you can see the graceful elegance of the cherry blossoms is a popular spot visited by large numbers of people.
Even after the best viewing time for cherry blossoms is over, you can enjoy 90 varieties of around 20,000 Japanese irises (best viewing time: early June), 2,300 hydrangea plants (best viewing time: early to late June) and other flowers that take the spotlight one after another.
During the Flower Festival period held from late March, various special events take place such as a Flower Festival Quiz Rally, acapella concerts, drawing competitions, and history walks.
Tsuruma Park Cherry Blossoms

Number of trees: About 700 Somei-Yoshino and others
Best viewing time: The end of March-beginning of April
Access: 1-minute walk from Tsurumai Station Exit 4 on the Tsurumai subway line and JR line.

Blooming Conditions
>> Tsuruma Park Official Twitter (Japanese)

Event Information
Tsuruma Park Flower Festival
Schedule: Thursday, March 24-Sunday, May 29, 2022

*Illumination cancelled in 2022

Tsuruma Park Cherry Blossoms
Tsuruma Park Cherry Blossoms
Tsuruma Park Cherry Blossoms

Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens

Highly popular as a spot for cherry blossom viewing, 1,000 cherry blossom trees of 100 different varieties come into bloom one after another in the botanical garden's Cherry Corridor. You can see various kinds in each season, including early blooming Kawazu cherry, Ito cherry blossoms which bloom on hanging branches to create a tunnel, double-flowered cherry blossoms which stand out for their gorgeous petals that cover the path in a carpet of fallen petals, or Gyoiko which blooms in yellow-green blossoms.
In the zoo, it’s popular to take photos of the cherry blossoms and animals that can only be captured this time of year.
During the Spring Festival period, an Endangered Species Walk Rally, Animal Talks given by zookeepers, and other events are held mainly on Saturdays and Sundays.

Number of trees: 2,500
Best viewing time: The beginning of March-end of April
Cost: 500 yen for adults, junior high school students and younger free of charge
Access:
 3-minute walk from Higashiyama Koen Station Exit 3 on the Higashiyama subway line.
 7-minute walk from Hoshigaoka Station Exit 6 on the Higashiyama subway line.

*Prior reservations are required (free of charge) on PassMarket during the period below.
[Prior Reservation Period]
 ・Saturday, March 19-Sunday, May 8, 2022 on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays
For details about prior reservations, please check the official website ≪Admission Information to Prevent the Spread of Infection (Japanese)≫.

Please note that prior reservations are not required for admission after 14:00.
Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens Cherry Blossoms

Blooming Conditions
>> Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens Official Twitter (Japanese)

Event Information
72nd Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens Spring Festival

Schedule: Saturday, March 19-Sunday, May 8, 2022
Venues: Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Higashiyama Sky Tower

◆Evening Yaezakura Stroll
Schedule: Saturday, April 2-Sunday, April 10, 2022
Venue: Botanical Gardens Area

Prior reservations are required during the period below (free of charge).
[Prior Reservation Period]
・Saturday, March 19-Sunday, May 8, 2022 on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays
*Prior reservations unnecessary for entrance after 2:00 PM
Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens Cherry Blossoms
Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens Cherry Blossoms
Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens Cherry Blossoms

Banks of the Yamazaki River

Yamazaki River's cherry trees extend on both sides for 2.5 kilometers between Ishikawa Bridge and Ochiai Bridge in Mizuho Ward. This nationally famous place was selected as one of Japan's 100 best spots for cherry blossoms. Located in a residential area, this is an optimal place for enjoying the peaceful cherry blossom scenery and walking or taking photos. Along the way are places that let you go near the river as well as benches to sit on.
Banks of the Yamazaki River

Number of trees: About 600
Best viewing time: The end of March-beginning of April
Access: 13-minute walk from Mizuho Kuyakusho Station on the Sakura-dori subway line.

Blooming Conditions
>> Mizuho Ward Office Official Twitter (Japanese)
>> "Nagoya Oshiete Dial Website" (Japanese)

*Illumination cancelled in 2022

Banks of the Yamazaki River
Banks of the Yamazaki River
Banks of the Yamazaki River

Shirotori Garden

This traditional Japanese garden, which features a path around a pond, is one of the largest in the Tokai region. Modeled after the Chubu region’s topography, the mound in the garden represents Kiso-Ontakesan and the stream leading to the pond replicates the Kiso River flowing into Ise Bay. Cherry tree varieties planted here include weeping cherry, Benishidare, Gyoiko, Yamazakura, and Yokihi. From around late March, signs of spring appear here and there in the garden.
In addition, if you walk a little further, you can enjoy the Shirotori Promenade along the Horikawa River lined with cherry trees.
Shirotori Garden Cherry Blossoms

Number of trees: 25
Best viewing time: The end of March-beginning of April
Cost: 300 yen for adults, junior high school students and younger free of charge
Access: 10-minute walk from Exit 4 of Jingu Nishi Station on the Meijo subway line.

Blooming Conditions
>> Shirotori Garden Official Twitter (Japanese)

Event Information
Shirotori Garden Cherry Blossom Viewing Event
Schedule: Saturday, March 26, Sunday, March 27, Saturday, April 2, and Sunday, April 3, 2022

Shirotori Garden Cherry Blossoms
Shirotori Garden Cherry Blossoms
Shirotori Garden Cherry Blossoms

Shonai Ryokuchi Park

Cherry trees grow throughout Shonai Ryokuchi Park’s vast grounds, and you can see cherry blossoms at various places within the park.
The cycling course’s “cherry blossom tunnel” is highly recommended. The rows of cherry trees that fill the view are a must-see.
In addition, the garden of flowers and trees has approximately 400 Somei-Yoshino cherry trees planted around 9 weeping cherry trees and stands out as one of the park’s best flower viewing spots.
During the Spring Flower Festival period, food trucks, hands-on workshops, and so on are held.
Shonai Ryokuchi Park Cherry Blossoms

Number of cherry trees: About 700
Number of canola plants: About 20,000
Best viewing time: The end of March-beginning of April
Access: 1-minute walk from Exit 2 of Shonai Ryokuchi Koen Station on the Tsurumai subway line.

Blooming Conditions
>> Shonai Ryokuchi Park Official Twitter (Japanese)

Event Information
Spring Flower Festival: Canola Flowers and Cherry Blossoms
Schedule: Saturday, March 19-Sunday, April 10, 2022

Shonai Ryokuchi Park Cherry Blossoms
Shonai Ryokuchi Park Cherry Blossoms
Shonai Ryokuchi Park Cherry Blossoms

Arakogawa Park

The road lined with cherry trees for approximately 1 kilometer along both sides of the Arako River is not to be missed. Enjoy going on a leisurely walk. During the Arakogawa Park Sakura Festival held from late March to early April, cherry blossom concerts, a children’s fair, and other events that everyone from kids to adults can enjoy are held on Saturdays and Sundays.
Arakogawa Park Cherry Blossoms

Number of trees: About 1,000
Best viewing time: The end of March-beginning of April
Access: 3-minute walk from Arakogawa Koen Station on the Aonami Line.

Blooming Conditions
>> Arakogawa Park Official Twitter (Japanese)

Event Information
Arakogawa Park Sakura Festival
Schedule: Friday, March 25-Thursday, April 7, 2022

*Illumination cancelled in 2022

Arakogawa Park Cherry Blossoms
Arakogawa Park Cherry Blossoms
Arakogawa Park Cherry Blossoms

Agriculture and Culture Park and
Todagawa River Nature Park

Equipped with outdoor play facilities, Todagawa River Nature Park is popular with families. Various fun activities include playground equipment, grass areas, a putter golf course, a barbecue area, and an Agriculture Museum. Enjoy a cherry blossom relay with around 1,000 cherry trees blooming in turn starting with Kawazu cherry in early March, Kanhi cherry in mid-March, Somei-Yoshino in late March, and Sato cherry in mid-April.
Agriculture and Culture Park and Todagawa River Nature Park

Number of trees: 1,100
Best viewing time: The beginning of March-end of April
Cost: Free (Fee required for fishing equipment rental at the Service Center)
Access:
 From Tokai-dori Station on the Meiko subway line, Takabata Station on the Higashiyama subway line, or Nagoya Keibajo-mae Station on the Aonami Line, transfer to the city bus bound for Kawaikobashi. 5-minute walk northwards from "Nan'yo Shisho" Bus Stop.
 From JR Haruta Station, transfer to the city bus "Nan'yo Loop" (clockwise). Just next to "Todagawa River Nature Park" Bus Stop.

Blooming Conditions
>> Todagawa River Nature Park Official Twitter (Japanese)



Event Information
Spring Tale -1,000 Cherry Trees Relay- (Japanese)
Schedule: Saturday, March 19-Sunday, April 17, 2022

Agriculture and Culture Park and Todagawa River Nature Park
Agriculture and Culture Park and Todagawa River Nature Park
Agriculture and Culture Park and Todagawa River Nature Park

Heiwa Park

One of the city’s most famous places for cherry blossoms, Heiwa Park is planted with 1,500 cherry trees centered around the Cherry Blossoms Garden. There’s also a 10,000 step walking course, so going for a stroll while gazing at the cherry blossoms is also recommended.
Heiwa Park Cherry Blossoms

Number of trees: 1,500
Best viewing time: The end of March-middle of April
Access:
 30-minute walk from Higashiyama Koen (Higashiyama Park) Station on the Higashiyama subway line.
 From Hoshigaoka Station on the Higashiyama subway line or Jiyugaoka on the Meijo subway line, transfer to the city bus Hoshigaoka Route No. 11. Just next to "Heiwa Koen" or "Heiwa Koen Minami" Bus Stop.

Heiwa Park Cherry Blossoms
Heiwa Park Cherry Blossoms
Heiwa Park Cherry Blossoms

Togokusan Fruits Park

Here you can see beautiful weeping cherry trees with branches that seem to descend from the sky. The weeping cherry trees have light pink petals, and the branches hang down and produce flowers, resembling bamboo screens. This is also the best time for flowering fruit trees. In the fruit farm area are 17 kinds of fruits that bloom in succession such as plum, Japanese plum, peach, almond, Asian pear, and apple. In addition, you’ll find a tropical fruit greenhouse, the Fruit House, a fishing corner, restaurants, and other facilities.
Togokusan Fruits Park

Number of trees: Around 30 varieties of about 1,000 weeping cherry trees
Best viewing time: The end of March-middle of April
Cost: Free *Fee required for World Tropical Fruit Greenhouse only (300 yen for adults)
Access:
 15-minute walk from "Togokusanbashi" Bus Stop on the Yutorito Line bound for Kozoji.
 25-minute walk south from the Kozoji Station South Exit on the JR Chuo and Aichi Loop Railway Lines.

Blooming Conditions
>> Togokusan Fruits Park Official Twitter (Japanese)

Event Information
Bright Spring Days (Japanese)
Schedule: Tuesday, March 1-Sunday, April 10, 2022


Weeping Cherry Festival (Japanese)
Schedule: Friday, April 1-Sunday, April 10, 2022
*Parking fee required during the festival period

Togokusan Fruits Park
Weeping Cherry Blossoms
Togokusan Fruits Park
Apple Blossoms
Togokusan Fruits Park
Almond Blossoms

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