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Toyokawa-City Toyokawa Hagi Azalea Festival

Date : 04/04/2024 - 04/21/2024

  • Toyokawa Hagi Azalea Festival
  • Toyokawa Hagi Azalea Festival
  • Toyokawa Hagi Azalea Festival

A tunnel of gentle purple hues

The area from Fuji Jinja Shrine to Zenjuzenji Temple in Toyokawa City's town of Hagi is home to tens of thousands of azaleas, or more accurately, Rhododendron reticulatum. The flora meets its peak season in an explosion of color during spring when it paints the area in light purple blossoms.
From far away, you can see the color in all its spectacular area or, up close, walk through a tunnel of the flowers within the Fuji Jinja Shrine premises. No matter where you go, the photo ops are endless.
During the Azalea Festival period, vendors sell local specialties, open‐air tea ceremonies is held, and variety of different booths set up shop.


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  • Parking
Date : Sat, Mar 30–Mon, Apr 15, 2024
Holding time : 9:00 am–4:00 pm
Place : Area around Fuji Jinja Shrine and Zenjuzenji Temple
Location : 〒441-0201
81 Kurato, Hagi-cho, Toyokawa-shi, Aichi (Zenjuzenji Temple)
Parking : Paid parking available during the festival period
Standard-size vehicles: JPY 500/entry
Mid- to large-size buses: JPY 1,000/entry
Phone number : 0533-88-2325 (Zenjuzenji Temple)
0533-89-2206 (Toyokawa Visitors Bureau)

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  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From Meitetsu Nagoya Station, take the Meitetsu Nagoya Line (express service) train bound for Toyokawa-Inari Station, get off at Higashi Okazaki and change to the regular service train stopping at all stations bound for Ina. Get off at Meiden Akasaka Station. Make your way to the event area from either of the following steps:
    • Walk 40 min. northeast along Route 332.
    • From the Akasaka Clinic Bus Stop on the north side of the station, take the Tsutsuji Community Bus, get off at Kura Bus Stop, and walk north 8 min.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 15 min. northeast from Otowa Gamagori Interchange on the Tomei Expressway via Routes 1 and 332.

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