NATURE

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Answered over 3 years ago

flower garden in Tokyo

Norman Norman, Lived in Japan

It depends on the month when you are visiting Japan, but if you are planning to visit in March, you can find Sakura everywhere. Fuji Shiba-sakura festival is very recommendable to visit from mid-April to late May. It is not locating in Tokyo, but near the Mt.Fuji, and it is only about 90minutes a...

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Answered over 3 years ago

Is it too early to visit Ashikaga Flower Park for Wisteria and Hitachi Seaside Park for Nemophilia on the 11th of April

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

I have been to Hitachi Seaside Park in early May (probably was somewhere between 3-10) and was just the right time. I guess April 11th is too early. You can probably enjoy tulip and canola flowers. I'm not sure about Ashikaga Flower Park. They say on their website that they have different kinds o...

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Answered over 4 years ago

Where would we (three Danes aged 16-53 years) go hiking five days in Japan in mid July to enjoy nature? Hokkaido or Kamikochi?

Pia Jeppesen Pia Jeppesen, Never been to Japan

Thank you for this elaborated answer. No doubt Hokkaido must be amazing, with wild life and lots of space. But we are tipping towards staying closer to Tokyo and Kyoto because we only have 14 days and it's our first visit to Japan and it will probably take a full day to travel with train to Hokka...

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Answered over 4 years ago

Where would we (three Danes aged 16-53 years) go hiking five days in Japan in mid July to enjoy nature? Hokkaido or Kamikochi?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

There are numerous mountains and hiking destinations in Japan. I have been to Shiretoko in Hokkaido and trekking there was just amazing. You will get to walk the park which is registered as one of the World Heritage sites. Also, you will get to meet wild animals. I remember meeting so many ...

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