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Iris Festival | TOKIGAWA

June 2 @ 09:00 - 15:00

tokigawa iris festival

Iris Festival in Tokigawa Iris Gardens.

The Tokigawa Iris festival is scheduled for a week earlier than last year as the iris are already in bloom. The festival will be on Sunday June 9th 2019. The Tokigawa Iris Gardens are one of only a handful of Iris gardens in Saitama. It is a small local festival, but there will be a taiko performance in the morning and a dance performance in the afternoon.

Iris Festival Performances

  • Taiko from 10 am
  • Dance from 1 pm

The park is open 24 hours all year round. It is free to enter but they welcome donations. Dogs are permitted in the park, but they must be on a lead. Some of the park is barrier free.

Official event webpage

Iris Festival Access

Minutes walk from the JR Myōkaku Station on the Hachiko Line. You can also take a bus from this station, it takes about 3 minutes by bus.

You can take a bus from the west exit of Musashi Ranzan station on the Tobu Tojo line.  It takes about 15 minutes. The timetable is here (Japanese only).

20 minutes by car from the Kanetsu Expressway’s Higashimatsuyama Interchange. You can park in the town hall’s car park.

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June 2
09:00 - 15:00
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Tokigawa Iris Garden
Tamagawa, 2508
Tokigawa, Saitama 〒355-0342 Japan
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