Gifu World Rose Garden (Hana Festa Memorial Park)

One of the world’s largest rose gardens, with a wide range of roses from the most recent to the old.

Botanical Garden

A wide variety of roses are planted, from the original species, old roses, to the latest domestic and foreign ones. The park boasts one of the world’s largest collections of rose species, and the vast garden of about 800,000 square meters is filled with blooming roses and other seasonal flowers.

The park features a 45-meter high “Flower Tower” with a panoramic view of the surrounding area, a “Poppo” trackless train, one of Gifu’s largest playground complexes, and a water playground (only during summer). The Flower Museum has various exhibits related to Akechi Mitsuhide.

There are many photogenic spots, such as “Welcome Garden” with blooming roses as far as the eye can see, and “Flower Earth Pavilion”, a year-round greenhouse with vibrant flowers and greenery. These are great spots for commemorative photos for children, families, and couples.

This is a place where you can enjoy it in various ways, with a cafe where you can spend relaxing time looking at roses, and stores related to flowers and plants.


  • One of the world’s largest rose gardens with more than 6,000 varieties.
  • Roses are in full bloom in the spring and fall and seasonal flowers bloom throughout the year.
  • There are lots of photo spots where you can take commemorative photos with seasonal flowers in the background.
  • There are also cafes and restaurants where you can rest while strolling.


  • Gifu World Rose Garden

    Gifu World Rose Garden

  • Various roses are in full bloom.

    Various roses are in full bloom.

  • Trackless train “Poppo”

    Trackless train “Poppo”

  • Flower Tower

    Flower Tower


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Name in Japanese
Postal Code
1584-1 Seta, Kani City, Gifu
Free - 1,050 yen
*The fee varies depending on the day
Tuesdays (in the case of a holiday, the following day will be closed), New Year holidays (Dec 29 - Jan 3)
Business Hours
9:00am-5:00pm(Admission allowed until 4:30pm)
*Hours vary depending on the season. Please check the official website for details.
About a 25-min walk from Akechi Station on the Meitetsu Hiromi line.
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)