Tottori Prefectural Flower Park Hanakairo
Visit the largest flower park in Japan!
- Closest station
Yonago Station, JR San’in Main Line, Hakubi Line, or Sakai Line
From Yonago Station, take the free shuttle bus or drive for around 25 minutes.
110 Tsuruta, Nanbu-cho, Saihaku-gun, Tottori
- Opening hours
April to November / 9:00 to 17:00, December and January / 13:00 to 21:00, February and March / 9:00 to 16:30
April to November / None (Only in July and August every Tuesday), December and January / Some Tuesday (in the event that a holiday should fall on a Tuesday, the park will be closed the following day), February and March / Every Tuesday (in the event that a holiday should fall on a Tuesday, the park will be closed the following day)
Adult / 1,000 yen (April to November), 700 yen (December to March), Children under 15 / 500 yen (April to November), 350 yen (December to March)
Great Stuff to See and Do!
A paradise of seasonal flowers waiting to wow you
Tottori Hanakairo is a park of 50 hectares that boasts picturesque scenery and nature looking out over the nearby beautiful Mt. Daisen. The park is covered in flowers for each of the four seasons, such as tulips and Icelandic poppies in spring; 100,000 lilies and roses that bloom from May through summer; cosmos and sage in autumn; and Camellia sasanqua and pansies in winter. The main flower of the park is the lily which is displayed all year round. In addition, Hanakairo is the only facility in Japan that exhibits all 15 varieties of naturally growing wild lilies.
In the center of the park is a dome-shaped glass greenhouse that is 50 m in diameter and 21 m high. Tropical and subtropical plants, such as palm trees, and around 1,000 different types of orchids bloom inside this dome all year round. On rainy days, the greenhouse allows its visitors to view plants out of the rain and in comfort.
The Moonlight Flower Garden, a fantastic nighttime garden, is another feature of Hanakairo
The Moonlight Flower Garden is created every year from December to January. Around 14,000 lights softly envelop the 80,000 square-meter garden that circles the observatory gallery. This garden allows its visitors to experience other-worldly beauty with a romantic atmosphere.