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Nabana no Sato Flower Garden

Kuwana City in Mie Prefecture is the home of the well known  “hanahiroba” flower garden Nabana no Sato. Displays different kinds of flowers during different seasons, everybody can enjoy a soothing weekend with that seasons’ flower display.

Featured flower Ajisai

 

a reflection from a small pond when lights on, kanji character means mirror
Beautiful sight at night
The center of the garden
View at night with the lights on

When we went was an Ajisai Display season”hutaru” (firefly watching) event when gets dark at the hanahiroba area. Perfect for a romantic getaway with your loveydovey or with the whole family.

The entrance to the flower square during summer months. This area is often the illuminating area during winter season.

Catch the beauty on each season with Nabana No Sato  and spa at Nagashima Onsen. There are lots of attractions that you can choose. From shopping to amusement parks, you can have an excellent time at Kuwana!

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