flowers and other plants regardless of weather throughout the year. On rainy days, the ‘flower cloister’ is a one-kilometre roofed porch that lets visitors stroll among the flowers without the need to open an umbrella. The main flower is the lily, on display throughout the seasons; fifteen varieties are held consistently, making it the only such flower park in Japan. Also popular is the ‘moonlight flower garden’—at night the gleam of 14,000 blossoms over the expanse of 80,000 square metres offers a truly whimsical spectacle. Part of the filming location of the Korean TV drama Athena: Goddess of War.
110 Tsuruda, Nanbu-cho, Saihaku District, Tottori
April-November: 9:00AM-5:00PM (last entry 4:30); December-January: 1:00PM-9:00PM (last entry 8:30); Feburary-March: 9:00AM-4:30PM (last entry 4:00); *Open until 9:00PM from 11th November to 31st January for Christmas light decoration.
every Tuesdays in July-August and December-March.
April-November:Adults 1000 yen, children 500 yen
December-March: Adults 700 yen, children 350 yen
|Access||25 min. by free shuttle bus from Yonago Station (see http://www.tottorihanakairou.or.jp/site/page/hanakairou/access/shuttle for time tables); 10 min. by car from Yonago Expwy Mizoguchi IC.|