Ozashiki Bonsai Plum Blossom Garden

お座敷盆梅 梅花園

Fantastic large weeping plum trees! Happy moments surrounded by the scent of plum blossoms!

Located in Miyama City in southern Fukuoka Prefecture, Hanazono, which has long been involved in the production and direct sale of pine and plum bonsai, is known for its plum blossom viewing, known as Ozashiki Bonbai (ume blossom viewing).
From 1 February to early March, around 200 pots of plum bonsai are displayed in a 100-tatami-mat hall to coincide with the plum blossom season. In this luxurious atmosphere, visitors can relax and enjoy plum blossom viewing while intoxicated by the fragrance of plum blossoms at the Ozashiki Bonbai.

Before entering the plum viewing area, visitors are greeted by the Oshidare-bonbai (weeping plum tree). This magnificent plum tree is approximately 5.5 m high and 10 m wide, and has such a beautiful and elegant appearance that visitors cheer. When in full bloom, it is said to create a fantastic feeling as if plum blossoms are falling from the sky.
There is also a magnificent Goyomatsu (five-leaf pine) tree in the park, which is no less impressive than the bonbai plum trees. The trees are between 80 and 230 years old and are so impressive that they have been awarded the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry Prize.
This is a must-see spot, with traditional natural beauty, well cared for by artisans, scattered throughout the park.

Basic Information

Address (Japanese) 835-0102 福岡県みやま市山川町尾野1413-2
Address 1413-2 Ono, Yamakawamachi, Miyama City, Fukuoka
Telephone Number 0944-67-0605
Fax Number 0944-67-0655
Event Days Usually 1 Feb - early Mar.
*Opening period depends on climate and blooming conditions.
Open 9:00am-5:30pm
Price Adults (high school students and above) 500 yen
Junior high school students and under: free of charge

Prices are subject to change without notice.
Car Park available (free of charge)
Large Parking Lot available
Access 5 minutes drive from Minami Setaka Station on the JR Kagoshima Main Line.  
10 minutes from the Miyama Yanagawa IC on the Kyushu Expressway.
Website http://www17.plala.or.jp/baikaen/index.html

*Information on facilities is subject to change. Please check each official website for the latest information.


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