Hydrangea Koshigaya

A selection of three places you can see hydrangea in Koshigaya City, Saitama Prefecture (close to Tokyo), Japan.

Hydrangea Koshigaya City

1. Hisaizu Shrine

For about 480 meters, the approach to Koshigaya Hisaizu Shrine from the Motoara river bursts with color around mid June when the hundreds of hydrangea are in bloom.

Hydrangea spot: Hisaizu Shrine Approach 久伊豆神社の参道

Cost: free

Date: around mid June

Hours: 5 am to 6 pm

Venue: Hisaizu Shrine, 1700 Koshigaya, Saitama 343-0024. View on Google Maps.

Access: from Kita-Koshigaya Station. It takes about 15 minutes on foot.

Official website

2. Kasai Shinsui Ryokudo

The Kasai Shinsui Ryokudo is a waterside nature walk in Koshigaya. In June, approximately 900 hydrangea, with both Japanese and Western varieties, bloom. Iris also bloom around the same time.

Hydrangea spot: Kasai Shinsui Ryokudo 葛西親水緑道

Cost: free

Date: around mid June

Hours: 24 hours

Venue: Kasai Shinsui Ryokudo, 1 Chome-5-6 Kawarazone, Koshigaya, Saitama 343-0821. View on Google Maps.

Access: there is no parking lot for this location and the city request you come by public transport. Koshigaya Station is about an eleven minute walk from the waterside walk.

Official website

3. Hanataen

Hanataen is a traditional Japanese garden centered around a pond. On the right side of the “Nagayamon” Gate in the garden, hydrangea bloom in June.

Hydrangea spot: Japanese Garden Hanata-en 花田苑

Cost: 100 yen cover charge into the gardens

Date: around mid June

Hours: 9 am to 5 pm on weekdays and until 7 pm on weekends and public holidays.

Venue: Hanataen, 〒343-0015 Saitama, Koshigaya, Hanata, 6 Chome−6−2. View on Google Maps.

Access: About a 30 minute walk from Kita-Koshigaya Station.

Official English web page

I am certain there are other places you can see hydrangea in Koshigaya City each summer. This is just the three I am most familiar with myself. Is there anywhere in Koshigaya you would like to recommend for hydrangea? If so, let us know in the comments! As for the rest of Saitama – check out these beautiful hydrangea spots.

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