Late March to Mid April
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.
Spring in Hitachi Seaside Park starts with the opening of the Suisen Fantasy. Sunbeams cast light and shadow under the pinewoods carpeted with blooming narcissuses. Make sure you enjoy a stroll in this enchanted and sweet-smelling setting!
Mid to late April
The colorful tulips (220 varieties and 280,000 individual plants) extend to the Tamago no Mori, where you’ll find egg-shaped toys here and there. You’ll enjoy this brilliantly colored world!
Tulip World starts when the Suisen Fantasy has finished. Spring’s colorful and appealing tulips will warm your heart.
Late April to mid May
In spring, 4.5 million nemophilas (baby blue eyes) paint the 3.5-hectare Miharashi Hills light blue. The nemophilas are stunning under the blue sky against the backdrop of the Pacific Ocean.
The Nemophila Harmony is the climax of the Spring Flower Sequence. The view from the top of the Miharashi Hills, 58 m above sea level, is wonderful! It’s a world of its own where the blooms, the sky, and the ocean are all blue.
Miharashi no Sato
This hillside will bring back memories of fields of flowers in the countryside. An old house with a 350-year-old miscanthus grass roof has been reconstructed on this hillside. Rapeseed and buckwheat are cultivated in the surrounding fields.
Late September to mid October
In October, kochias (summer cypress) turns the Miharashi hills from green to crimson against the backdrop of the ocean and sky. Cosmoses cover the hillside with flowers of white, pink, and red. Hitachi Seaside Park is in full swing in autumn.
When the spring nemophila blooming is over, it’s time for the kochias. The change from green to crimson is truly dynamic: the Kochia Carnival has started!
Mid December to mid January