A Hokkaido garden that truly expresses the natural features of Japan’s northern area
- Closest station
JR Sekihoku Main Line, Sakuraoka Station or JR Soya Main Line, Nagayama Station
Around 15 minutes’ walk after getting off the JR Sekihoku Main Line at Sakuraoka Station. 10 minutes’ by taxi after getting off the JR Soya Mian Line at Nagayama Station.
Nagayamacho 16-come 186, Asahikawa, Hokkaido
- Opening hours
Late Apr. -Mid Oct. (Closed for Winter)
10:00 – 17:00(NAYA cafe last order is 16:30)
None during the gardens’ open season
Adults(12 years old and younger free) : 800 yen; Groups: 700 yen(15 or moer) : 700 yen; Year Pass: 1,000yen
Great Stuff to See and Do!
Soothe your soul with Ueno Farm’s unique scenery
The highlight of Ueno Farm is its garden that was gradually cultivated by a rice-farming family. It is about 6,600 square meters, and although it is based on a British-style garden, it has also been cultivated with Hokkaido’s unique natural features to produce an original Hokkaido garden. With scenery that changes according to the season, the garden truly is a wonderland.
A special space created for garden-lovers
The Garden Shop house sells seeds for close to 400 plant varieties year-round, including rare perennial plants and herbs that are difficult to find anywhere else. Accessories and other miscellaneous goods are also on sale.
At NAYA Café, which leverages the atmosphere of a small barn, you can enjoy meals, drinks, and sweets made with ingredients from Hokkaido.