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Toyokawa-City Toyokawa Azaleas Festival
(Toyokawa Hagi-no-Mitsuba-Tsutsuji Matsuri)

Date : 04/01/2023 - 04/20/2023

  • Toyokawa Azaleas Festival (Toyokawa Hagi-no-Mitsuba-Tsutsuji Matsuri)
  • Toyokawa Azaleas Festival (Toyokawa Hagi-no-Mitsuba-Tsutsuji Matsuri)
  • Toyokawa Azaleas Festival (Toyokawa Hagi-no-Mitsuba-Tsutsuji Matsuri)

A huge colony with tens of thousands of the beautiful deciduous azaleas known in Japan as "Koba-no-Mitsuba-Tsutsuji" (Rhododendron reticulatum), extending from the surrounding area of Fuji Shrine to the Zenjuzen-ji Temple in the city of Toyokawa. During the best days in the season to see them, the Azaleas Festival takes place with stalls selling local produce, food, and more.


  • Souvenirs
  • Parking
Date : April 1 (Saturday) to 20 (Thursday), 2023
* May change depending on weather and blossoming conditions.
Holding time : 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Place : Area near Fuji Shrine and Zenjuzen-ji Temple
Location : 〒441-0201
1-3 Nakayama, Hagi-cho, Toyokawa-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
(Fuji Shrine)
Parking : Available, paid (500 yen/car/day, 1,000 yen/bus/day)
Phone number : 0533-88-2325 (Zenjuzen-ji Temple)
0533-89-2206 (Toyokawa Tourism Association)

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  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From Meitetsu Nagoya Station, take the Meitetsu Nagoya Line (Kyuko Express Service) train bound for Toyokawa Inari, get off at Higashi-Okazaki (39 min. ride) and change to the (Futsu Regular Service) train bound for Ina. Alight at Meiden-Akasaka (23 min. ride) (entire route 920 yen). Then either:
    •Walk 40 min. northeastwards along Route 332; or,
    •From the Akasaka Clinic (あかさかクリニック) bus stop on the north side of the station, take the Tsutsuji Community Bus (つつじバス) and get off at Kura (倉) (30 min. ride 200 yen), then walk 8 min. northwards.
    *: Bus departures from Akasaka Clinic (あかさかクリニック): 8:10, 9:38, 11:25, 13:53, 15:35, 16:30, 18:08
    Bus departures from Kura (倉): 8:56, 10:34, 12:12, 14:39, 17:17
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 15 min. (5.3km) northeastwards from Otowa-Gamagori I.C. of the Tomei Expressway via routes 1, and 332.

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