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This plant garden lets you enjoy plants from around the world all on the southernmost tip of mainland Japan.
|Entrance fee||Individual||Group (20 people or more)|
|Ages 13 and up||\620||\490|
|70 years and older
* Those who show a Physical Disability Certificate, Rehabilitation Certificate, or Mental Disability Certificate and 1 caretaker may enter for free
Operating hours: 9:00 – 17:00 (Last entrance a t 16:30)
Light-up start time: 9:00 – 22:00 （Light-up 17:00 Last entrance 21:30）
Closed: December 30-31
Park tour bus (Free) Seats 13 people
Park cart (1 hour \500) Seats 5 people (2 carts available)
Electric wheelchair (Free) 3 available
Wheelchair (Free) 5 available
Stroller (Free) 14 available
* Pets cannot enter the park
* You cannot pick plants or bugs
* We do not have a restaurant
* You may bring your own food
* Please carry your garbage home
* We loan out umbrellas free of charge in case of rain
Public Interest Incorporated Foundation for Kagoshima Prefecture Regional Promotion
“A symphony of flowers, wind, and light”—operating under this theme, Flower Park Kagoshima was founded in order to offer a place to get in touch with flowers and other plants, for producers and consumers to meet, and as a charming center for tourism.
Located near Cape Nagasaki-bana on the southernmost tip of Kagoshima Prefecture’s Satsuma Peninsula, the warm climate and the groves of pine trees which naturally encircle the park, this garden allows visitors a chance to enjoy plants from all around the world.
The expansive 36.5 hectare perimeter features plants from subtropical locations such as South Africa and Australia. Visitors can also experience Flower Square against the backdrop of Mt. Kaimondake, look out across Kinko Bay from the Observation Galleria, enjoy the European feel of the Western Garden and the openness of the Indoor Garden; the Greenhouse features the titan arum—the largest flower in the world—and the vibrant red sealing wax palm, along with other tropical plants.
Other facilities include the event hall, research lab, and shop.
1611 Yamakawaoka-Kogamizu, Ibusuki City, Kagoshima Prefecture
TEL: 0993-35-3333 FAX: 0993-35-3555
* Approx. 90 min. ( or 60km) by car from Kagoshima City; Approx. 15 min. by car from Yamakawa Port
* Approx. 80 min. from JR Kagoshima Chuo Station to Ibusuki Station
* Approx. 35 min. by bus from JR Ibusuki Station
* Approx. 20 min. by bus from JR Yamakawa Station