Wadayama Town is located in the northern part of Hyogo Prefecture, on the border with Kyoto Prefecture. In that town, there is Omachi wisteria park, which is about 7000 square meters and boasts the largest scale in the San'in region.
There are 120 wisteria saplings planted in the park, including donated trees, and the wonderful wisteria trellis extends for 500m.
Every year from early May to mid-May, wisteria flowers with a maximum length of 145 cm bloom in profusion, delighting the eyes of visitors.
The gorgeous space where various flower colors such as white, purple, and pink are mixed makes you feel as if you have wandered into another space.
In addition, various events are held at the "Wisteria Festival" held in conjunction with the blooming of flowers, and the area is bustling with people. In addition, you can enjoy the rural scenery such as the thatched roof water mill in the park, and you can spend a peaceful time on your holiday.
Every April, daffodils and moss cherry blossoms are in full bloom, and in May, you can see the magnificent scenery of carp streamers dancing in the park.
■ Basic information
Name: Shiroi Omachi Wisteria Park
Address: 1008 Shirai, Wadayamacho, Asago City, Hyogo Prefecture
Nearest station/IC: None (use public roads by car/bus)
Business hours: 9:00-18:00
Fee: (as below)
Closed: None (The best time to see the wisteria is from late April to mid-May)
Parking lot: On-site parking available (free)
■ Admission fee
Adult: 500 yen
Children: Free (elementary school and younger)
*Please check the website for detailed information.