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Tokai-City Tokai Flower Show 2021

Date : Nov. 22th to 26th, 2020 (Kanayama Station)
Nov. 30th to Dec. 4th, 2020 (Tokai City Hall)
Jan. 9th to Jan. 24th, 2021 (Tokai City Arts Theatre)


  • Tokai Flower Show 2021
  • Tokai Flower Show 2021
  • Tokai Flower Show 2021
  • Tokai Flower Show 2021
  • Tokai Flower Show 2021

The city of Tokai, famous for its large production of orchids, annually holds the Tokai Flower Show event. This is a chance to see exhibits of rare orchid species and flower contests, buy decorative plants, and take part in hands-on workshops. This is a must event for flower and gardening aficionados!

This year, as part of COVID-19 infection prevention measures, events will take place at three different venues: Kanayama Station, Tokai City Hall, and Tokai City Arts Theatre.

*: Photos are of past events.

EVENT OVERVIEW

Date : ■Kanayama Station Connecting Bridge South Exit
November 22nd (Sunday) to 26th (Thursday), 2020
■Tokai City Hall First Floor Entrance Hall
November 30th (Monday) to December 4th (Friday), 2020
■Tokai City Arts Theatre First Floor
January 9th (Saturday) to 24th (Sunday), 2021
Holding time : Exhibition times
■November 22nd (Sunday) to 26th (Thursday), 2020
10:00 AM to 7:00 PM
*: From 12:00 PM on the first day, until 2:00 PM on the last day
■November 30th (Monday) to December 4th (Friday), 2020
8:30 AM to 5:15 PM
■January 9th (Saturday) to 24th (Sunday), 2021
9:00 to 10:00 PM
*: Until 4:00 PM on the last day
Place : ■Kanayama Station
■Tokai City Hall
■Tokai City Arts Theatre
Location : 〒460-0022
1-17-18 Kanayama, Naka-ku, Nagoya-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan (Kanayama Station)
〒476-8601
1-1 Chuo-machi, Tokai-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan (Tokai City Hall)
〒477-0031
137 Shimohamada, Ota-machi, Tokai-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan (Tokai City Arts Theatre)
*: Access map points to Kanayama Station.
Fee : Admission free of charge
Phone number : 052-603-2211, 0562-33-1111
(Tokai City Hall Agricultural Affairs Department)

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    [Kanayama Station Connecting Bridge South Exit]
    Close to Kanayama Station on the JR, Meitetsu, and Nagoya subway lines.
    [Tokai City Hall]
    Approx. a 10-minute walk from Meitetsu Otagawa Station
    [Tokai City Arts Theatre]
    Close to the south exit of Meitetsu Otagawa Station
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    [Tokai City Hall]
    •Approx. 10 min. from Tokai I.C. on the Isewangan Expressway
    •Approx. 15 min. from Obu Tokai I.C. on the Chita-Hanto Expressway
    [Tokai City Arts Theatre]
    •Approx. 5 min. from either Kake I.C. or Yokosuka I.C. on the Nishi-Chita-Sangyo Bypass
    •Approx. 10 min. on National Route 155 from the Chita Hanto Expressway

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