Written in Chinese characters, cosmos has the meaning of "autumn cherry". These pink flowers that bloom in the autumn remind one of cherry blossoms, which is likely how they got their name. Their delicate, slender form swaying in the autumn breeze makes them appear to be even more beautiful. Actually, these flowers have an immense ability to survive. For instance, a few days after being felled by a typhoon, they will begin to rise again from the tips of their stems.

Peak viewing season

Mid-September to early November

Flower meaning

"Sincerity of a maiden", "harmony"

*The best time to see the flowers may vary depending on the weather conditions.

Flower Walk spots


Showa Kinen Park

At Showa Kinen Park, different varieties of cosmos flowers bloom successively in three different meadows, making it possible for visitors to enjoy cosmos viewing over extended periods. With approximately four million cosmos flowers in bloom all over, "Hanano Oka (Flower Hill)" is a must-see spot.


3173 Midoricho, Tachikawa-shi, Tokyo


About a 20-minute walk from Musashi-Sunagawa Station