Heidi’s Village (Yamanashi Prefectural Flower Center)
The world of “Heidi, Girl of the Alps”, come to life! A nature escape with views, food and hot springs to heal your soul.
Set in the Swiss Alps, the 1974 anime “Heidi, Girl of the Alps” follows the life of a little girl named Heidi. With story favorites like the iconic straw bed and natural landscapes, or the ooey gooey melted cheese, there are so many scenes from Heidi’s world to cherish.
Dive into Heidi’s world at this center while soaking in the wide open nature and gorgeous flowers that bloom across all four seasons. Within the garden center you’ll find a gigantic 4-meter diorama that overlooks the set from Delphi Village to Frankfurt, as well as recreations of the straw-filled mattress bed, Alm-Onji’s cottage and more. There’s even a restaurant where you can try cheese fondue made with real Swiss cheese, or a chance to pick fruit like cherries and strawberries depending on the season.
2014 brought the grand opening of the hot springs resort named “Clara Hotel Spa & Restaurant”. Modeled after the Sesemann house and estate, the hotel features 11 different rooms including western rooms with antique furniture and Japanese-style rooms with oversized “Yuki” and “Joseph” plushies for an extra-snuggly stay. For kids, there are even Heidi, Peter and Clara costumes for kids to rent out and enjoy dressing up during their stay.
Recreated scenes from the anime “Heidi, Girl of the Alps”
Swing by the restaurant for an authentic taste of cheese fondue.
Includes a hot spring resort with plenty of fun to try from the world of Heidi.
Gorgeous flowers to see in bloom across all four seasons.
Strawberry, cherry and other fruit picking depending on the season.
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- Name in Japanese
- 山梨県立フラワーセンター ハイジの村
- Postal Code
- 2471 Akenochoasao, Hokuto City, Yamanashi
- Admission (tax incl.)
[April – Oct.] High School Students and up: 710 yen, Elementary/Middle-School Students; 360 yen.
[Mar. 11th – 31st, Nov. – Dec.] High School Students and up: 260 yen, Elementary/Middle-School Students; 130 yen.
[Jan. 2nd – Mar. 10th] Free.
※Disabled guests and their caretakers are admitted free of charge.
※Admission for children, school-aged students and infants is free on Saturdays
- Regular Closures
- New Year’s Day and Tuesdays from through the end of March. (park is open on holidays)
- Open Hours
※Maybe subject to change depending on the season.
(1) From JR Nirasaki Station, get on the bus bound for Kayagatake/Mizugaki Lake and ride for approx. 30 mins. (Seasonal Route, bus available everyday from the first Saturday of April until Nov. 23rd)
(2) From JR Nirasaki Station, take a taxi for approx. 20 mins.
- Credit Cards
- Accepted ※Not accepted at the entrance gate and some stores inside.
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)