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Nishio-City Nishio City Ikoi-no-Noen (Relax Farm)

  • Nishio City Ikoi-no-Noen (Relax Farm)
  • Nishio City Ikoi-no-Noen (Relax Farm)
  • Nishio City Ikoi-no-Noen (Relax Farm)
  • Nishio City Ikoi-no-Noen (Relax Farm)

The largest flower and plant market of Tokai Area

Nishio City Ikoi-no-Noen is a marketplace for direct sales from the producers, the largest of its kind in the Tokai region. The facility has exhibit areas for plants, green house, and model gardens, all with a great variety of species. Adjacent to the marketplace there is the Nishio City Rose Garden, with about 3,500 rose shrubs of over 200 varieties. Seasonal events held throughout the year keep the visitors entertained while shopping or simply enjoying the flowery sights.

During the Roses Festival (mid-May to early June), besides the Exhibition Garden, guests will be able to visit the Tunnel of Suspended Roses (Tsurubara-no-tonneru), as well as grassy fields and greenhouses, and many other ways of enjoying this impressive place. It’s also possible to shop for roses there, choosing from the vast selections of types permanently available. Guests incoming for shopping may also find nice discounts on rose flowers and tree seedlings.


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Location : 〒445-0056
28 Owari, Saito-cho, Nishio-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : Admission free of charge
days / hours
: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Parking : Available, free of charge
Restrooms : Available
Holidays : Never closes
Phone number : 0563-56-8168

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  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    Approx. 10min southwards walk from Fukuchi Station of the Meitetsu Nishio Line (coming from Nagoya, change trains either in Chiryu or Shin-Anjo, taking the train bound for Nishio and Gamagori).
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 15min southwestwards from Nishio-Higashi I.C. of the Route 23 Okazaki Bypass, via routes 383, 12 and 41.

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