Hitachi Seaside Park

Central Ibaraki

Parks/Nature

Hitachi Seaside Park is perhaps Ibaraki's most famous tourist destination for its Instagram-friendly fields of flowers. This vast park is best known for the stunning blue nemophila flowers in spring (mid-April onwards) and bright red kochia bushes in autumn (October). There's plenty to see year-round, including daffodils, tulips, sunflowers, and oil-seed rape blossoms. In addition to flowers, it is home to a small amusement park and traditional Japanese farmhouses.
Once inside, visitors can enjoy a stroll, rent a bicycle, or ride the Seaside Train to get around. The park is entirely wheelchair accessible.
Moreover, Hitachi Seaside Park is located close to other destinations such as Aquaworld Aquarium, Nakaminato Fish Market, and Kairakuen Park. In other words, it's easy to plan a one or two-day trip to all of these major sites!

Information

Address
605-4 Mawatari Aza Onuma, Hitachinaka City
Access
By public transport: Take the JR Joban Line to Katsuta Station. At the station, take a bus to Hitachi Seaside Park from Bus Stop No. 2.
By car: Around 1km from Hitachi Seaside Park IC on the Kita-Kanto Expressway. Alternatively, around 15km via Route 245 from Hitachi-Minami-Ota IC on the Joban Expressway.
Business Hours
Business Hours
March 1 to July 20
9:30-17:00
July 21 to August 31
9:30-18:00
September 1 to October 31
9:30-17:00
October 1 to end of February
9:30-16:30
Website
https://hitachikaihin.jp/en/
Contact
Hitachi Seaside Park Park Office
TEL: 029-265-9001
Parking
4350 parking spots
Prices
General Admission (all year except peak seasons)
Adults: 450 yen
Seniors: 210 yen
Junior high and elementary school students: free
Peak Season Admission (nemophila and kochia peak seasons)
Adults: 700 yen
Seniors: 460 yen
Junior high and elementary school students: free
Group Discount Price (for groups of 20 or more people)
Adult: 290 yen
Seniors: 210 yen
Junior high and elementary school students: free
Peak Season Group Discount Price (for groups of 20 or more people)
Adult: 540 yen
Seniors: 460 yen
Junior high and elementary school students: free

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