Koshigaya tulips

Each year, in spring, the Dewa Community in Koshigaya host a popular tulip festival for just one day during the bloom of the tulips. The tulips are open to the public for viewing before the festival date. In 2024, the garden will open from Monday March 25th. Historically, the festival was in early April, but in recent years it has been on the last week of March…

Koshigaya Tulips

The famous tulips of Koshigaya are in Dewa Park. Dewa Park is a large recreational park with sports facilities. At Dewa Park, about 60,000 tulips are carefully raised by local residents and elementary and junior high school students in a large tulip garden. They even create picturesque displays from the tulips. Furthermore, there is even tulips in one of the ponds. They normally bloom from the end of March to early April. Beautiful cherry blossoms bloom in the park around the same time.

Dewa Community Tulip Festa 2024

The tulip festival at Dewa Park in Koshigaya was actually on, except for 2020, despite the pandemic. However, it was on a smaller scale in 2021 and 2022. In 2023, it wasn’t quite back to normal either. But it is back to normal in 2024.

Every year they give out free tulips at this festival. Another highlight of the festival is the mini steam locomotive. And this year they will have an Amphibious vehicle ride experience.

Information

Event: Dewa Community Tulip Festa 出羽チューリップコミュニティフェスタ2023

Date: Sunday March 31st 2024

Time: 9.45 am to 4 pm.

Cost: there is no admission fee.

Venue: Dewa Park Tulip Garden, 4 Chome-222 Shichizacho, Koshigaya, Saitama 343-0851. View on Google Maps.

Access

The park is located along the Musashino Line train tracks, but it is bang smack halfway between two train stations! Higashi Kawaguchi and Minami Koshigaya Stations are both about a 20 minute walk from the park! There is a parking lot at the park, but the area can get very congested. Where possible it is advised to come either by foot, bike or public transport.

2024 official event page.

Other places with tulips in Saitama Prefecture:

Editor’s note: this post was temporarily removed from the website during the pandemic. It was republished on March 10th 2023.

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