Hanamiyama

 

Overview

A magnificent flower-filled mountain that has been cultivated by local farmers for around 60 years. Hanamiyama Park was opened to the public in 1959 to give the local community the opportunity to see the mountain’s beautiful array of flowers. In spring, the mountain comes to life with plum, cherry, and forsythia blossoms, as well as a wide range of other flowers. In full bloom the flowers paint the mountain in a gentle shade of pink, creating a surreal, fantastic atmosphere. On a clear spring day you can see the distant snow-crested Azuma mountain range silhouette across the blue sky. A truly lovely landscape.

Opening Hours

Open Every Day
Peak Season: April

Cost

Admission: Free

Access from Fukushima Station

Bus:

Seasonal Bus
One Way: Adult 250 yen / Child 130 yen
Return: Adult 500 yen / Child 250 yen

15 min (+10 min walk)

Route(s): Hanamiyama Go (花見山号)
Date(s): April 1 ~ 22 (2018)
From: East Exit Bus Stop No. 6
(Buses depart every 30 minutes between 9:00 AM and 3:30PM)
To: Hanamiyama Park Seasonal Bus Stop (花見山公園臨時バス「花見山号」停留所)
Timetable: 2018 Hanamiyama Bus Timetable (PDF)
Bus:

Regular Bus
240 yen
11 minutes (+ 25 min walk)

Route(s): 05-0 Watari Minami-mawari (渡利南回り)
06-0 Watari Kita-mawari (渡利北回り)
From: East Exit Bus Stop No. 8
To: Tate (舘) or
Hanamiyama Iriguchi (花見山入口)
Taxi: Hanamiyama Fixed Price ‘Teigaku’ Taxi
15 min
Date(s): March 24 ~ May 6 (2018)
Price: Per Taxi (One Way): East Exit 1,550 yen, West Exit 1,750 yen
Car: 15 min
Note(s): Non-Peak Season: Limited free parking is available near the park entrance.
Peak Season (April): Free parking is available at the temporary parking area. A shuttle bus runs from the temporary parking area to Hanamiyama Park (500 yen return).

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Nearby Tourist Spots

Bentenyama (2.4 km)
Ogura-tei (3.1 km)
Daizoji Temple (3.2 km)
Kuroiwa Kokuzoson (4.7 km)

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