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100,000 Sunflowers at Kiyose 2019 Sunflower Festival, Tokyo

Tokyo

Ever thought that you could walk amongst 100,000 sunflowers?! Now you can at Kiyose Sunflower Festival. Easily accessible via express train from Ikebukuro station, the Sunflower Festival offers visitors amazing scenery you can't find in downtown Tokyo! Get along to get that Instagram photo or just explore the wonderful area.

Aug 17, 2019(Sat) - Aug 27, 2019(Tue)
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Beautiful Kiyose City

Kiyose Himawari (Sunflower) Festival is the largest of it's kind in the Tokyo area. With around 100,000 sunflowers in a space covering almost 24,000 square metres, Kiyose Sunflower Festival is totally Instagram worthy!
The space was originally a wheat farm but soon became so popular for the beautiful blooming sunflowers that the idea stuck and this year they are running the 10th Annual Himawari Festival.
This landscape provides visitors, families, Instagramers, and photographers the perfect opportunity to snap some beautiful pictures and experience flowers at their full bloom in close proximity to the heart of Tokyo.
To get here take the express train from Ikebukuro station going towards Hibarigaoka and get off at Kiyose station. From there you can catch a bus to the sunflower fields. The event is run from August 17th until August 27th.

The Details

Address:
Shimokiyoto 3-chome area
Kiyose-shi

Contact info:
Kiyose City Office
Phone: 042-492-5111

By Bus
From the North Exit of Kiyose Station on the Seibu Ikebukuro Line, take the Seibu Bus bound for “Shiki Station South Exit” (Bus stop No. 2, Kiyo 61 Line), get off at “Green Town Kiyoto” Bus Stop, and walk for about 6 minutes.

On Saturday and Sunday there is a free shuttle bus!
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I've been traveling and eating my way around the world! Now I'm in Tokyo to share all my favourite spots! I spend my time traveling, surfing, hiking, camping and eating amazing food! My favourite Japanese food...Agedashi Tofu!

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