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Ayame Park

Sightseeing Spots | Visit Chiba | Latest update:2023/06/08

The gorgeous water flowers of Japan, gathered in one park. Irises and lotuses need a lot of water to grow, and Ayame Park sits next to Japan's second longest river: the Tone River. People come from far and wide to see the over 400 iris, and 300 lotus varieties, as well as the other seasonal flowers such as roses, wisterias, licorice, and narcissus, not to mention the lush green of the surrounding area, and beautifully expansive riverside.

1837-2 Ogishima, Katori City

(20 minutes by car from JR Sawara Station)



  • Handicap parking
  • Handicap toilet
  • Ostomate restroom
  • Wheelchair rentals
  • Written communication for the hearing impaired
  • Wheelchair ramp
  • Service dogs permitted
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