Karuizawa Lake Garden Opens and is Filled With Beds of Roses and Tulips

25.April.2018 | SPOT

Karuizawa Lake Garden is a natural garden that displays creative harmony between humans and nature. The garden opened again this year on April 20 and will stay open until November 4. Head there during Golden Week for the best time to see the garden’s popular tulips, and June 16 to July 1 to see the roses in full bloom.

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There are 8 areas to enjoy in this natural garden, each of which are decorated in the natural vegetation of Karuizawa through the four seasons, especially roses. Across the 10,000m2 area are close to 400 varieties of English roses, perennial plants, herbs and more. Most of the flowers there bloom along the garden’s waterfront.

 

The tulips flower a little later in Karuizawa, from April and May. The resort town has cool weather characteristic of such a plateau, and it’s here where the flowering season will arrive later than Tokyo and elsewhere.

 

Also, the roses are most beautiful from the middle of June to the start of July. Various events are planned for this year’s top rose season.

 

The weeping cherry trees on the lake shore are also an absolute must-see springtime sight.

 

If you’re in Japan, then definitely visit Karuizawa Lake Garden during the flowering season.

 

■Information

Karuizawa Lake Garden

Address: Lake New Town, Hotchi, Karuizawa, Kitasaku District, Nagano Prefecture

Flowering Season: April 20, 2018 ― November 4, 2018 (Karuizawa Town Day to take place on June 10)

Garden Time: 09:00-17:00 (Last Entries 16:30)

*Opening times may differ depending on the season so please check the homepage for details.

*The garden will be closed one hour earlier every Wednesday of maintenance.

 

Website: http://www.karuizawa-lakegarden.jp/

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    Suwa Grand Shrine

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    Information: http://www.nagano-jinjacho.jp/shibu/03tousin/02kitasaku/2042.htm

     

     

     

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    Kumanokotai Shrine

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    Zenko-ji Temple

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    Zenko-ji Temple
    Address: Motoyoshichō-491 Nagano, Nagano Prefecture
    TEL: 026-234-3591
    Website: https://www.zenkoji.jp/

     

     

    Komoro

     

     

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    Otomeko Park

    Shohei and Seina visit Otomeko Park during their date. The park is decked out with many public facilities including a cultural facility with a public hall and gym, a tennis court, a wild bird forest, and other forests you can walk around. The scenery is beautiful whatever season you visit.

     

    ■Information
    Otomeko Park
    Address: 1275 Ko, Komoro, Nagano Prefecture
    TEL: 0267-23-8880
    Website: http://www.city.komoro.lg.jp/category/institution/kouen/otomeko/

     

     

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    Zenkoji Temple is one of the most important and popular temples in Japan and one of Pure Land Buddhism. A new purin shop will open close by the temple. It will serve traditional style purin, a type of Japanese custard and caramel dessert, as well as being the first purin shop to have its own tearoom. It’s located in an old oil house that has been around for 280 years since the Edo Period.

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    The purin sold here uses carefully selected ingredients grown in the natural environment of Nagano. For example, the milk used―called Azumino Gyunyu―has a mellow and deep flavour to it.

    Customers can also look forward to drinking tea such as houjicha made by people with great knowledge and experience that has accumulated over the years. They also do their best to make the purin fresh to order. As of now there are 5 different expertly made flavours available, so be sure to try them all!

     

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    Zenkoji Purin

    Address: 170 Higashimachi, Nagano-shi, Nagano Prefecture

    *5-minutes on foot from Zenkoji Temple

    Opening Hours (Shop): 10:00am-5:00pm

    Opening Hours (Tearoom): 12:00pm-4:00pm (Last Orders 3:30pm)

    Website: http://zenkoji-purin.com/

     

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