Spring, when the trees bud and flowers blossom.
Our garden welcomes its most beautiful season.In summer, the damp hydrangeas look attractive against the overcast sky of the rainy season. In autumn, the sweet "cassia," with its vivid yellow, and the charming "dahlia" play the leading roles.Winter. Tempted by the sweet nectar of the earliest-blossoming "winter cherry blossoms," the Japanese white-eyes dance. The hydrangeas are at their best between the end of May and the end of June, and the "Hydrangea Festival" is held. The hydrangea garden. Centered around the "Jogasaki" and the "Izunohana," two double blossom types of lacecap hydrangea which grow wild here on the Jogasaki coast, we have collected 230 speices of native and improved breeds of hydrangeas from throughout Japan, and have a total of approximately 3000.