We will open on May 30th!
Governor Tamaki lifted the self-restraint request on May 21th, so we will
open our garden on May 30th.
But covid19 is not over yet. When you visit our garden, please wear a mask
and also keep a social distance to prevent covid19 infection in the garden.
However, if you have symptoms such as fever or cough, you can not enter.
Fortunatly, this year's Hydrangeas bloom later than usual. We think you
can see lovely flowers at the opening on May 30th.
We look forward to your visit.
Let's beat this covid19!!
Opening hours / 9:00～18:30
Opening period / May 30th～late June
Entrance fee / Adults : \ 400 /Children :\ 200
(elementary, junior high and senior
high school students)
Discount for a group of 20 or more / Adults :\ 350
Children :\ 150
Additional charge for a wedding
and a model photo also a divide shoot / ￥2,000
(We have some requests: It's very crowded on Sat.and Sun.
We recommend a weekday visit. Also please consider other visitors when
you take photos)
The season of the hydrangea is coming soon this year too. The hydrangea
is considered a symbol of the rainy season in Japan. But in the hot region
such as Okinawa,the growth of hydrangea is dependent on the weather very
much.We hope the weather suit with the flowers this year too.Now,the flowers
are growing steadily and beginning to come out little by little.In our
forecast,the peak of the hydrangeas full bloom are from May 20th to the
beginning of June.The flowers are looking foreword to seeing you.
We will share the flowering information with photos on the top page
<Outline of the garden>
Uto Yohena who was the owner of this garden. 100-year-old lady sadly passed away last year. She found scene of purpose in life in her garden. Her life was wonderful.
who had been toiling at raising the hydrangeas for more than four decades.
Her garden was actually a tangerine field until 39 years ago.She loved flowers so she planted the hydrangea flower along the paths between
the tangerine trees. Eventually, the flowers began dominating the
tangerine trees and the garden grew. Then she opened the garden in 2001.
She took care of the flowers with her family all around year for visitors.There
are now more than 10,000 hydrangeas and many colors bloom, like pink white
and blue in the garden. Many foreign people visit and enjoy here
recently. Almost visitors say the flowers make them happy. We are so happy
to hear that. Thank you for visit to our garden.
<Hydrangea Garden Yohena is a member of the nationwide Hydrangea
Flower Association, and won sixth best from the West District Japan Hydrangea