Interweaving roses create a sublime space and make your visit unforgettable.
One of the world's largest rose gardens with a splendid array of roses. Enjoy spring and fall blooming, seasonal flowerings, gourmet delicacies, and events at the Flower Festival Commemorative Park.
The spacious grounds covering an area of around 17 times the area of the Nagoya Dome (80.7 ha) are home to one of the world’s largest rose gardens, and also contains halls for various events and an open lawn where you can spend time. You can also view abundant flowers and verdant greenery year-round in the large greenhouse.
- The Spring Rose Festival is held in May to June every year, while the Fall Rose Festival is held from October to November.
- Spring roses are impressively big and diverse in color, while fall roses are vividly colored and fragrant.
- In addition to modern roses, various roses of diverse colors, shapes, and fragrances, including rare species and popular Antique Rose varieties which are refined and known for their fragrance, are cultivated in the World Rose Garden.
- The Rose Theme Garden contains gardens organized around various themes, e.g. a garden with new varieties from around the world, a garden emphasizing color and fragrance, and a garden featuring traditional blue Moroccan tile.
- Enjoy roses and seasonal plants and trees year-round at the Flower Festival Commemorative Park.
- The open lawn is filled with the blooms of nemophila in the spring, sunflowers in the summer, and cosmos in the fall.
- Large Greenhouse The Hananochikyukan in the large greenhouse displays various types of plants which are viewable year-round. Garden shows are held each season where you can enjoy the world of flowers.
- Park Name
- Flower Festival Commemorative Park
- 1584-1 Seta, Kani City, Gifu Prefecture 509-0213
- Operating hours
14 Nov 2018 – 31 Mar 2019
9:30-16:30 (last admission at 16:00)
01 Apr 2019 - 13 Nov 2019
9:00-17:00（last admission at 16:30）
*Extended operating hours on weekends during the Spring Rose Festival: 8:00-18:00 (last admission at 17:30)
- Park closures
- Every Tuesday (the following weekday if Tuesday is a public holiday) and the end of year period (29 Dec – 03 Jan)
*The park will be open as usual throughout the Spring and Fall Rose Festivals.
*More detailed information on park closure can be found here.
- Admission fees
Regular admission: 520 yen per adult, free for high school students and younger
During Spring and Rose Festivals: 1,000 yen per adult, free for high school students and younger
*More information on our value annual passport and admission fees can be found here.
Phone : 0574-63-7373
You can also inquire through our website.
- Official homepage
5 minutes from Kanimitake IC on the Tokai-Kanjo Expressway
Around 20 minutes from the Tajimi IC on the Chuo Expressway
*Please click here for more details.
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