A field of about one million cosmos flowers can be seen until the end of October in Kurihama Flower Park (Kurihama Hananokuni), in Yokosuka City
The gently sloping hillside of Kurihama Flower Park (Kurihama Hananokuni) is unique with about one million cosmos flowers spread all over the landscape. Different varieties of cosmos bloom one after another throughout the year, ensuring enjoyment to visitors over a prolonged period.
Around one million cosmos flowers are currently in full bloom in the “Cosmos Garden” . The garden is carefully managed to ensure that the different varieties bloom one after the other, so visitors can expect to enjoy them until the end of October.
Admission is free of charge. It is also open 24 hours a day, allowing visitors to avoid early morning crowds.
We hope you will take this opportunity to enjoy the beautiful cosmos.
About the place
Kurihama Hananokuni Cosmos Garden
Area: approx. 18,000 ㎡ (1.8 ha)
With about one million plants, this is one of the largest flower gardens in the Miura Peninsula.
The first car park offers convenient access to the garden.
Latest flowering information will be posted on the park’s website and social networking service (Facebook).
Kurihama Flower Park (Kurihama Hananokuni), in Yokosuka City
Kurihama Flower Park (Kurihama Hananokuni) is surrounded by nature, where you can enjoy seasonal flowers including its flower garden of one million cosmos and poppies
You can also enjoy the Godzilla slide, bouldering facilities, and a BBQ and restaurant with ocean views.
1 Shinmei-cho, Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture
15-minute walk from the JR Kurihama Station or the Keikyu Kurihama Station on the Keihin Kyuko Line.
When using the Yokohama Yokosuka Road, about 4km from Sahara interchange.
If coming by car, use the car park nearest to your destination:
Car Park 1: Poppy Garden, Adventure land (including the Godzilla slide and bouldering)
Car Park 2: Herb Garden, Kids Garden, Restaurant Rossmarines.
The Archery and air rifle range each have separate parking areas.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in taking measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, such as wearing a mask and washing hands.
Please note that the schedule may be subject to change due to weather or other circumstances.
To prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, we ask for your cooperation in the following ways
*Please wear a mask and wash your hands.
Please wear a mask when you come to the park and wash your hands frequently.
*Maintain a safe distance between people.
Please keep a safe distance from other visitors.
*Avoid the “Three Cs”:
1. Closed spaces with poor ventilation
2. Crowded places with many people nearby
3. Close-contact settings such as close-range conversations
Please use the park in a way that avoids crowding and close proximity to others. The Park is well ventilated.
*Please do not visit if you have either a fever or cold-like symptoms, such as tiredness, coughing, etc.
Please do not come to the park if you are unwell.