Flower ~Winter & Spring~

Last Update : March 15, 2016


The floral language [oblivion, sleep, imagination]
You can enjoy the millions of Poppies at the Tateyama Family Park.


The floral language [graciousness, deception]
Most of Snapdragons are grown in Kanbe area.

Rape Blossom

The floral language [cheerful, brightness]
At Flower line, you can see Rape Blossom both side of road.

Cherry Blossom

The floral language [spiritual beauty, a good education]
You can also enjoy the same view as picture above seen at the top of Shiroyama Park.
The other, you can see many Cherry blossoms at some shrines and temples.


The floral language [keep your promise, fidelity, beauty and longevity]
There is Ume garden in Shiroyama Park.


The floral language [lasting beauty, bonds of affection, contentment, promptness]
Near the Sunosaki Lighthouse area, many farmers grow Stock.

Swamp Chrysanthemum

The floral language [conscience, principle, winter flavor]
After the Rape Blossom on Flower Line, Swamp Chrysanthemum will be full bloom next.


The floral language [moderation, self-restraint]
From end of April to beginning of May, Azalea will be full bloom.
Many tourists visit and feast their eyes.

Dwarf Azalea

The floral language  [economy, moderation]
At mid of May to mid of Jun is the best time to see Dwarf azalea surround Shiroyama Park’s parking space.


The floral language [admiration, perfection]
Camellia is the tree of city. There are 900 Camellias in Shiroyama Park.


The floral language [vanity, narcissism, egoism]
There are 5,500 Narcissus in Shiroyama Park.
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