Travel: The Japanese Hitachi Seaside Park- A Must See!


There are many beautiful reasons to travel the globe, and The Hitachi Seaside Park is up on the list. Located just two hours outside of Tokyo in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan, the public park is currently in full bloom. Flowers blossom year round, however April and May are the best times of year to visit the 160 hectares.

 

A windmill amongst the tulips gives homage to the world largest tulip exporter, Holland

A windmill amongst the tulips gives homage to the worlds largest tulip exporter Holland

 

The Hitachi Seaside Park is widely recognized for its abundant baby blue-eyes fields, which produces over 4 million of the lovely flowers every spring.

 

Baby-blue eyes (Nemophila) as far as the eyes can see!

Baby-blue eyes (Nemophila) as far as the eyes can see!

 

The park hosts seasonal events surrounding the various floral blooming seasons. Check out their yearround, easy to navigate calendar here.

 

Beautiful daffodil (Narcissus) blooms

Beautiful daffodil (Narcissus) blooms

 

“We have one million narcissuses of over 600 species that bloom across a hectare of land under the pinewoods. It’s wonderful to see so many daffodils filling the air with their sweet scent.”

-Hitachi Seaside Park

 

Another daffodil (Narcissus) variety

Another daffodil (Narcissus) variety

All photos from The Hitachi Seaside Park

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