Lily (Yuri)

With slender stems and large flowers, "Yuri", the Japanese name for lily, is said to have come from the verb "yuru", meaning to sway, as a lily does naturally in the breeze.
In Japan, lilies are in abundance and are known to have high ornamental value. Describing a woman's beauty, there is even this Japanese saying, "She sits and stands a peony and walks a lily".

Peak viewing season

Mid-June to early July

Flower meaning

"Purity", "dignity" (white lily)

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

Flower Walk spots

Tokorozawa Lily Garden

Tokorozawa Lily Garden

This garden showcases 50 varieties and approximately 450,000 lilies on a large site. In fresh air in the midst of a forest, you can spend a relaxing time viewing an expanse of lilies.
Early summer surrounded by nature in Tokorozawa's Ahha no Mori forest is a great time to enjoy the outdoors.


2227 Kami-Yamaguchi, Tokorozawa-shi, Saitama


3-minute walk from Seibukyūjō-mae Station


04-2922-1370 (late May to mid-July only)