Inabe City Nogyokoen (agricultural park) いなべ市農業公園 梅林公園

The plum blossoms spread like carpet.

Flowers of four seasons bloom throughout the year, but in particular, the extensive plum tree forests are magnificent!
There are 4500 plum trees of 100 kinds blooming, that when you look down from the top of the hill, it looks as if white and pink carpets were spread out.
A plum festival is also held in March every year, and the place is a popular spot for photographers.

Peony which blooms all over the park from April to May every year is also recommended.
In late June, you can enjoy the experience of picking plums off the trees.
Address
〒511-0501 いなべ市藤原町鼎717番地
Phone
0594-46-8377
Official website
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Business hours
Plum Trees Park 09:00 - 16:00
Access by public transportation
Take the Kintetsu from “Kuwana” Station, then change to Sanki Tetsuto Hokuei Line at “Nishi-Kuwana” Station, and get off at “Ageki” Station.
It's a 20 minute ride on taxi from “Ageki” Station.

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