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Minamichita-Town Kanko Noen Hana Hiroba

  • Kanko Noen Hana Hiroba
  • Kanko Noen Hana Hiroba
  • Kanko Noen Hana Hiroba
  • Kanko Noen Hana Hiroba
  • Kanko Noen Hana Hiroba
  • Kanko Noen Hana Hiroba
  • Kanko Noen Hana Hiroba
  • Kanko Noen Hana Hiroba
  • Kanko Noen Hana Hiroba
  • Kanko Noen Hana Hiroba

Have fun picking melons, strawberries and flowers in these huge flower fields

Kanko Noen Hana Hiroba

A sightseeing farm that benefits from Minami Chita's warm climate all year round. Among it's many claims to fame, it's vast fields are filled with the color of seasonal flowers. Although there's an admission fee, once inside, you can stroll through the fields to your heart's content. Each field is carpeted in a single type of flower, creating such remarkable scenery that films and TV programs use it as a backdrop, and it is often featured in informational programs. Make sure you bring your camera with you!
But the wonder isn't limited to just looking at the flowers: you can pick them too (up to 10 flowers per person. Sunflowers are limited to 3 per person. Unfortunately, elementary school age and under are asked to refrain from picking the flowers.) Take them home and have fun arranging them in a vase.
The time to pick ripe melon is from the end of July. From early December to early May is the time to enjoy picking strawberries. (It usually gets booked up at least a month in advance. It's best to book your place early.)
Also popular are the seasonal vegetables sold fresh from the farm, and special honey you can only get your hands on here. A great opportunity to take lots home and stock up.

Melon picking cancelled in 2019 due to an unusually slow growing season.

SPOT OVERVIEW

  • Multipurpose toilet
  • Souvenirs
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Bus Stop
  • Wi-Fi
Location : 〒470-3411
48 Takamidai, Toyohama, Minamichita-Town, Chita-District, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : Adults (Junior High School Students and Older) 700 yen
Elementary School Students 350 yen
Opening
days / hours
: 8:00 to 17:00
Parking : Available, free of charge
Holidays : January 1 to 3. The facility may close depending on the weather.
Phone number : 0569-65-2432

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ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From Meitetsu Nagoya Station, take the train bound for Kowa (河和) (45 min. ride - 920 yen). Alight at Kowa Station and take the Minamichita-cho Community Bus Umikko Toyohama Line (豊浜線 Toyohama-sen) (20 min. ride - 300 yen). Get off at "Tai Matsuri Hiroba/Hana Hiroba-mae" and walk southwards 10-20 min.
    Alternatively, take a taxi from Kowa Station (approx. 15 min. ride (8.5km) and 2,800 yen).
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 5 min. (2.9km) southwards from Toyooka I.C. of the Minamichita Toll Road.

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