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Friday, November 18, 2011

Nabana no Sato Mie, Japan

Nabana no Sato (なばなの里) located in Kuwana City in Mie Prefecture, Japan is a must see place if you are ever in the Mie area. Nabana no Sato is a theme park focused on flowers and is part of the Nagashima Onsen (長島温泉) resort area.


The park has a number of different restaurants, some traditional shops, an onsen and one of Japan’s finest winter illuminations. The Illuminations runs for about 4 months from mid November to mid March and are a perfect way to spend the festive season in Japan.
Winter Illumination from Mie Tourism Guide

The Nabana no Sato grounds are home to various sections dedicated to flowers with the flowers changing throughout the year depending on the season.
The Middle of the Park from Mie Tourism Guide

There is a big greenhouse with an amazing range of flowers and the flowers bloom all year round. Sato no Yu is a large garden with an outdoor bath for those who love Japanese onsen (hot springs).

Green House full of flowers from Japan Australia

One of my favourite parts of the park is the full size beer hall, which is a place to relax and enjoy some of the local beer on offer. There are 3 types of local beer plus some tasty izakaya style snack food.

Nabana no Sato
  • Location: 270 Komae, Nagashima-chō, Kuwana-shi, Mie-ken, 511-1144
  • Opening Hours: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
  • Entry Fee: Standard ¥1500 Winter ¥2000
  • Begonia Garden admission: Adults: ¥1,000; Elementary/junior-high students: ¥700; Infants: ¥200
Note: Entry fee includes ¥1000 worth of coupons which can be used within the park

8 comments:

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  2. What a nice place to view flowers. :)

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  3. wahh i flowers and roses <3 i want to visit :">
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  4. Thanks Fabrizia, for your kind words :)

    Thanks Lina, It is a great place to view the flowers during the different seasons in Japan :)

    Thanks aMz88, the flowers are amazing :)

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  5. Great pictures! And interesting blog!
    Maybe you’ll have time to visit my blog :)

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  6. So lovely, want to be there,too. Thanks for sharing :)

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  7. Thanks Miriam, I'm glad to hear you like my blog and yours looks really interesting as well :)

    Thanks Antleeli, It is a beautiful place and I can visit it all year round. Favourite time has to be the winter illumination especially close to Christmas :)

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  8. looks beautiful!

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