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Gardens and Café – Half-Day Courseのメイン写真

Gardens and Café – Half-Day Course

In this course, visitors can go to the Galaxy "Ginga" Garden, where they can enjoy 30 theme gardens designed by famous gardeners. Afterwards, you can go to the Sun Garden to choose plants for your own garden. A café in the garden serves a healthy buffet menu using fresh local vegetables.

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  • ➊ Ecorin Village / Galaxy "Ginga" Garden Appreciation

    An English-style garden with 1000 kinds of flowers and plants blooming each season

  • ➋ Sun Garden / Flower Appreciation

    Discover a variety of plants growing over the vast landscape

  • ➌ Cafe Tea’s Garden / Café

    Enjoy the popular parfaits and seasonal buffet

  • ➍ Michi to Kawa no Eki Hana Road Eniwa / Flower Appreciation, Shopping

    The station is surrounded by Eniwa's flowers, green scenery, and fresh water.

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An English-style garden with 1000 kinds of flowers and plants blooming each season imgae

The garden is designed by globally reknown landscape architect Peta "Bunny" Guinness, where 1000 kinds of beautiful flowers and plants bloom each season. 4500 varieties of edible roses can be found in the fields of Ginga Garden.

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【Period】Late-April to October 31

【Business Hours】Late-April to September 30 09:30〜17:00 October 1 to October 31 09:30〜16:00

【Holidays】November to Late-April

【Address】Hokkaido, Eniwa, Makiba, 277−4 061-1421

【TEL】+81-123-34-7800

【Price / Average Price】Ginga Garden and Midori no Makiba Admission fees: Adult: 1200yen, Jr. HS Student: 600yen, Over 65: 1000yen, Helper of a person with disabilities: 600yen

【Parking】 Yes

【Average Visit Time】40 minutes

【Website】http://www.ecorinvillage.com/

12 minutes by car
Discover a variety of plants growing over the vast landscape imgae

At the Sun Garden, visitors can find annual flowers, perennial plants, fresh vegetables, and various seedlings. There are over 500 different kinds of species of plants sold here, including 3-million saplings. In addition to getting gardening advice, you can enjoy a buffet lunch at the café in the garden. You can explore the open garden and enjoy the seasonal flowers. There is also a stream and a pond in the park, and you can feel nature with your skin.

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【Business Hours】9:00~17:00

【Holidays】No Holidays (April 1 to Early-October)

【Address】561-4 Nishishimamatsu Eniwa-shi, Hokkaidō 061-1356

【TEL】+81-123-36-8050

【Parking】 Yes

【Website】http://sungarden-web.com/

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Enjoy the popular parfaits and seasonal buffet imgae

The buffet lunch includes a choice of over 10 kinds of healthy and seasonal ingredients, rice, and soup. There are also many a-la-carte menu items such as vegetable soymilk juice and seasonal parfaits.

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【Business Hours】10:00~17:00

【Holidays】Closed for winter(From early December to end of March)

【Address】561-4 Nishishimamatsu Eniwa-shi, Hokkaidō 061-1356

【TEL】+81 123-36-8050

【Price / Average Price】Lunch 1,300yen

【Parking】 Yes

【Website】http://sungarden-web.com/

4 minutes by car
The station is surrounded by Eniwa's flowers, green scenery, and fresh water. imgae

The concept of this roadside rest area revolves around colorful flora, green landscapes, and fresh water. The "8760 Flower Road" shop offers many unique souvenirs made in Eniwa. Also, the popular "Karinba" bakery and "Conservatory" restaurant uses locally produced ingredients in their recipes.

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【Period】January - December

【Business Hours】Summer 9:00~19:00(From April to October) Winter 9:00~17:30(From November~March)

【Holidays】New Year's 12/31~1/2

【Address】817-18 Minamishimamatsu Eniwa-shi, Hokkaidō 061-1375

【TEL】+81-123-37-8787

【Parking】 Yes

【Average Visit Time】30 minutes

【Website】http://www.eniwa.org/hanaroad/

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