Jan 1st - Feb 23rd
09:30 - 16:30
Ueno Toshogu Garden
39th Ueno Toshogu Winter Botan
Opening Period: From January 1st (Friday) to February 23rd (Tuesday), 2021
Opening Hours: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm (admission deadline) )
Entrance fee: Adults (junior high school students and above) 700 yen
Group 600 yen (20 people and above) Free for elementary school students and younger
Common ticket with Toshogu Shrine 1,100 yen
< Before coming to the garden >>
To prevent the spread of infectious diseases, we kindly ask for your cooperation when visiting the garden.
・ Be sure to wear a mask. Those who do not wear a mask will not be allowed to enter the park.
・ Please refrain from visiting the park if you have any abnormalities such as fever or cough.
・ Please keep a distance (about 2m) from other customers.
・ If the onset of the new coronavirus is confirmed within 2 weeks after coming to the garden, please contact the following.
Phone: 03-3822-3575 Email: [email protected]
・ (Addition) During the period from January 1st to January 11th, the maximum number of people staying in the garden at the same time is 100.
* Spring-blooming peony seedlings will be sold for a limited time for a total of 4 days, 1/16 (Sat), 1/17 (Sun), 2/13 (Sat), and 2/14 (Sun).
If you are looking for it, please come and visit us.
*There are varieties of peony that bloom in two seasons (early spring and early winter), and the one that blooms in winter is called cold peony.
The flowers of cold peony are greatly influenced by the natural environment, and the flowering rate is low, which is said to be less than 20%. Therefore, in winter when there are few flowers, winter peony is made by making full use of the technique of seasonal extension as a lucky flower for the New Year. It takes a full two years to suppress flowering in cold regions in the spring and summer, adjust the temperature in the fall, and prepare for the winter, and it produces pretty flowers in the cold.
In addition to 150 winter peony stocks, there are also carefully grown cold peony in the garden. In addition, flowers and trees such as Japanese allspice, full harvest, and early blooming plums add color to the garden.
Please take your time and enjoy the winter peony that blooms in a frost-proof straw enclosure.
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