Shinrin National Park in Namegawa have a Bonsai exhibition this month. From the 3rd until the 25th, you can view Bonsai trees in the Botanical gardens of the park.
They also have a very special event for one day only, where you can pay to make your own Moss Jade bonsai. They will have two workshops on Saturday the 17th, the first is 10.30 to 12.00 and the afternoon session is 13.00 to 15.00. It costs 500 yen and they will accept up to 15 people for this rare opportunity. You also have to pay the entry fee to the park and parking costs. Reception is on that day, at the Botanical Garden centre, which is a 10 minute walk from the central car park.
Shinrin park is also known as Musashi Kyuryo National Government park. The official english webpage is: http://www.shinrinkoen.jp/english/
You might also like
- Naritasan Temple (& Rilakkuma amulets) | KAWAGOE
Naritasan Kawagoe Betsuin Hongyoin Temple is a branch of the Naritasan Shinsoji Buddhist Temple of Narita, ...
- Experience Asakusa
Experience Asakusa Information Share
“Where can I try some unique Japanese cultural experiences in Tokyo?”
We often ...
- 2015 Autumn Leaves at Edo Castle remains| Kitain Temple
Kitain Temple – On the grounds of Kitain Temple there is a very special building, ...
- Lunch at preschool
My best friend Fiona inspired this post as she is a “foodie”! More on her ...
- Bonsai Class for beginners, “Moss Jade”
Shinrin National Park in Namegawa have a Bonsai exhibition this month. From the 3rd until ...
© Lynda Hogan and Saitama With Kids, 2008-2018. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Lynda Hogan and Saitama With Kids with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.
Unless stated otherwise, all thoughts, opinions and images on this blog are my own. I do not receive any remuneration, discounts or rewards, acknowledgement or gratification, from any of the locations mentioned on this blog. I share the information in the hope it is useful or beneficial to others. Please share so that others might find it useful too. Thank you.