Dahlia

Dahlias are known for their elegant large flowers and bright colors, but are actually plants that easily mutate. For this reason, there is much development of new varieties, including the creation of small petals. It is no exaggeration to say that dahlias currently bloom in all colors except blue.

Peak viewing season

Early July to late October

Flower meaning

"Gorgeous", "elegant"

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

Flower Walk spots

Dahlia Garden, Ryokamisanroku Hananosato (Mt. Ryokami Foothill Flower Village)

Dahlia Garden, Ryokamisanroku Hananosato (Mt. Ryokami Foothill Flower Village)

With a land area of about 10,000 square meters, it is the largest Dahlia garden in the Kanto region, featuring 350 varieties and 5,000 dahlias.
In a word, it is a truly "elegant" landscape entirely carpeted in colorful flowers.

Address

8160-1 Ryokamisusuki, Oganomachi, Chichibu-gun (meeting place near the garden)

Access

From Seibu-Chichibu Station, board Oganomachi bus for "Yakushi-no-Yu".
At "Yakushi-no-Yu", change to Oganomachi bus for "Hinata-Oyaguchi".
Get off at "Daria-En" (Dahlia Garden) bus stop.

TEL

0494-79-1100 (Hospitality Section, Ryokami Office Building, Oganomachi Town Office)

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