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Hana-no-Mori Tenjinyama Garden

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Enjoy the mellowness of spring among blooming peach trees and glorious peonies

Uozu City


Located in the northeastern part of Toyama Prefecture, Uozu City is just about 30 minutes by car from the prefectural capital Toyama City. The city is characterized by a unique topography that rises in elevation from the plains facing Toyama Bay all the way up to the 2,000-meter mountains, making it an area full of water resources and natural beauty. Due to the short distance between mountains and sea, visitors to Uozu can enjoy a variety of different landscapes close together.

If visiting in spring, be sure to spend some time in the charming Hana-no-Mori Tenjinyama Garden. Take a leisurely stroll along the garden paths and admire the fully bloomed peach trees and other beautiful flowers popping with vivid colors. In addition to a cherry tree garden, you will also find 1,400 tree peonies of 250 varieties, 1,200 herbaceous peonies, 1,500 rhododendron plants, and 100,000 daffodils across an area of approximately 9,000 square meters. The best time to visit is from April to mid-June.



Hana-no-Mori Tenjinyama Garden is designated as a “Natural Botanical Garden” and, as this title suggests, it has been left in its natural state as much as possible. The plants may appear to grow “naturally,” but in reality the park is maintained by local people who apply fertilizer, remove weeds, and prevent diseases. Enter is free of charge, but you are welcome to put a small donation in the collection box located at the entrance, so that visitors can continue to enjoy the garden for a long time to come!




How to get there


From Toyama Station, take the Ainokaze Toyama Railway to Uozu Station (about 25 minutes), then a Uozu City Bus (10 minutes).


1070 Ogawaji, Uozu-shi, Toyama-ken



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