The park truly is a work of art with its breathtaking flower displays and the mind-boggling craftsmanship that has gone into creating an illuminated paradise that is sure to have every visitor awe-struck. Each season and year the themes of the park are changed.
After entering through the gates, we made our way around the park’s attractions in an anti-clockwise path as shown on the map. There is something amazing to see around every corner. And for photographers like myself, it can take some more time to make one’s way around as we tend to stop to get the “perfect” shot of every area.
Keep in mind that the deeper you get into the park, the more amazing it becomes.
As we made our way back towards the exit of the park, we passed a shorter but equally stunning, curvy 100-meter light tunnel named “Ume” (plum), and then the mirror pond where the bright Japanese maples are perfectly reflected in the pond below.
Back by the entrance, we picked out a few craft beers to try. There are also plenty of great places to eat here as well.
Nabana no Sato is such an amazing place, with sights and sounds going on all around you but still managing to keep a strong connection with nature. It’s sure to be an experience you will never forget.
Nabana no Sato Illumination 2021-2022