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Nagoya-City Port of Nagoya Wildflower Garden Bluebonnet

  • Port of Nagoya Wildflower Garden Bluebonnet
  • Port of Nagoya Wildflower Garden Bluebonnet
  • Port of Nagoya Wildflower Garden Bluebonnet
  • Port of Nagoya Wildflower Garden Bluebonnet
  • Port of Nagoya Wildflower Garden Bluebonnet
  • Port of Nagoya Wildflower Garden Bluebonnet

A Naturalistic Garden Where a Riot of Wildflowers Bloom

Port of Nagoya Wildflower Garden “Bluebonnet” is a naturalistic garden where you can experience the four seasons while enjoying beautiful greenery, flowering plants, and the sparkling surface of the water. Enjoy as many as 22 different gardens, each with their own unique aspects. Among other fascinating sights are the wild and beautiful “Flower Blooming Relay” wildflower hill and traditional, vivid English gardens designed by top British designers. The south area’s experiential Community Garden has become a place for exchange where local citizens volunteer to teach about nutrition, flowers, farming with a disability, and other horticultural well-being activities that contribute to building regional symbiotic societies.

22 Fun-Filled Gardens

At “Bluebonnet,” you can enjoy 22 gardens, each with their own special features. Planned down to the last detail, these gardens serve as a reference for visitors' own gardens. Search for hints to apply to your garden at home from the ideas, designs, and traditional techniques used in each garden.

Displays of Model Gardens by Top Gardeners

Top garden designers’ enchanting model gardens are another highlight. Here you can see traditional and colorful English gardens created by top British garden designers Robin Williams or John Brookes, and a Texas Garden design by leading ecological design expert, American Darrel Morrison.

Complete with Various Events, Shops, and Restaurants

Spend a refreshing time with horticultural well-being events that the elderly, children, or persons with a disability can also enjoy in addition to stylish workshops and delicious restaurants.


  • Multipurpose toilet
  • Souvenirs
  • Restaurant
  • Bus Stop
  • Nursing room
Location : 〒455-0028
42 Shiomi-cho, Minato-ku, Nagoya
Fee : Adults: 300 yen
Seniors (ages 65 and older): 200 yen
Elementary and junior high school students: 150 yen
Children younger than age 6: free of charge
days / hours
: March 1 - November 30
9:30 AM to 5:00 PM

December 1 - December 25
9:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Parking : Free of charge (cap. 220 passenger cars, 15 buses)
Restrooms : Available
Holidays : •Every Monday (if Monday is a holiday, closed the next day)
•Nagoya Minato Festival Day
•Member-only event or special event days
•Closed for the winter season from the end of December to the end of February of the following year
Phone number : 052-613-1187

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  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    •Ride from Nagoya Station to Kanayama Station on the Meijo and Meiko subway lines. Take city bus route Kanayama 19 bound for Wildflower Garden (riding time approx. 35 min.) and alight at Wildflower Garden bus stop. Walk approx. 3 min.
    •Ride from Nagoya Station to Nagoyako (Nagoya Port) Station on the Meiko subway line. Ride the Cruise Nagoya Water Bus from Garden Pier to Bluebonnet (riding time approx. 10 min.).
    •Ride from Nagoya Station to Kinjo Futo Station on the Aonami Line. Ride the Cruise Nagoya Water Bus from Kinjo Pier to Bluebonnet (riding time approx. 20 min.).

    *: Please check the official Cruise Nagoya web site for timetables.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 5 min. from Funami I.C. of the Nagoya Expressway No. 4 Tokai Route

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