April 21 (Fri) - May 5 (Fri) 2017
8:30am - 5:30pm (Last admittance: 5:00pm)
Tonami Tulip Park
*The park will be closed between April 11 - 20 and May 6 - 8 in order to prepare for the Tonami Tulip Fair.
*The Toyama Prefecture Hana Sogo Center and Roadside Station Tonami have free parking.
*During the period of the fair, the entrance to the following facilities within the venue will be permitted by Fair ticket holders only: Tonami Tulip Gallery, Tonami Art Museum, Tonami Provincial Museum, the Old Nakashima House and the Tonami Culture Hall.
*Admittance with pets is not allowed.
Adult (High school students and older)
* 20 people or more
Children (Elementary and junior high school students)
* 20 people or more
Younger than elementary school age
*Advance tickets(\900) are available from the following locations. (Advance tickets will go on sale from Feb 1)
[ Retail Locations ]
- Ticket PIA (P Cord:990-622)
- Circle K Sunkus
- seven eleven
- LAWSON (L Cord:52347)
- POPLAR (Toyama Pref / Ishikawa Pref)
- SUMACHIKE (eplus)
*On Children’s Day, May 5, junior high school students and younger will be able to enter for free.
*Presentation of a disability passbook will allow the holder free entry.
*Presentation of a Joyful Card or JAF Card will give a \100 discount for up to 4 people and up to 6 people, respectively.
- Regular Vehicle
- Large Bus
*Capacity for approx. 3,700 vehicles
*If parking in the vicinity of the venue is full, a free shuttle bus will run from the designated parking areas.
*During the Fair period, free shuttle buses will connect the The Tonami Tulip Park with JR Tonami Station and with other Fair venues in the vicinity.
Our venue is three times the size of Tokyo Dome. Take your time and enjoy all there is to see!
The Tulip Tower is the symbol of the Tonami Tulip Park.
The large flowerbeds form a picture when looked down on from above.
200,000 tulips depict a picture of “dreamers.”
This year’s design is “sharing a look of love.”
The Valley of Flowers
30,000 tulips are used to recreate the famous Toyama sightseeing spot, the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, which involves walking in a vast valley of snow.
Enjoy these Dutch-style flowerbeds that use planting techniques you might see in the Keukenhof Park in the Netherlands.
The largest five waterwheels in Japan can be found making use of the water that flows between the Tulip Park and the Museum. The dynamic waterwheels and beautiful tulips make for a wonderful photo opportunity!
Tonami Tulip Gallery
Displays a variety of tulips you won’t be able to find anywhere else, including primeval and rare varieties. You can also have fun learning more about tulips.
View stunning tulips fields on a scale that only growers can offer. A free shuttle bus with a guide aboard connects the farm with the fair venue.
Soothe away the stress of your busy lifestyle, surrounded by tulips and muscari, amid the dappled sunlight of the forest. A healing spot that truly does feel like a dream.
Royal Collection Exhibition
View the breeds that were presented as bulbs to the Emperor in 2015. This tradition has been ongoing since 1954, making this the 62nd year.
Flowerbeds created using unique techniques developed in Tonami. The tulips on the surface of the water look absolutely lovely.
A glorious path that runs for 400m, surrounded by the cherry blossom and tulips that are so evocative of Japan. The perfect spot for couples to take a stroll!
I LOVE Flowerbeds
Flowerbeds surrounded with hearts and love. You can pay your respects to “Koippi,” the spirit of love, here. Write your wishes on a wooden plaque and they just might come true!
A flowerbed that contains the largest number of different species of tulips in Japan, 700! Including both rare and primeval breeds, you won’t see a flowerbed like this anywhere else.
Tonami Tulip Fair Digest
Tonami Tulip Park
1-32 Hanazonomachi, Tonami City, Toyama Prefecture, 〒939-1382
Access via Car Navigation System
Enter “Tonami Tulip Gallery TEL: 0763-33-7716.”
Then follow the directions given by your system.