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Chiba Park

The world’s oldest flower, Oga Lotus, blooms in this park.

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Park

Chiba Park offers cherry blossoms in spring, Oga Lotus in summer and fall colors. It is known for Oga Lotus, which is called the world’s oldest flower. During its blooming season from late June to mid July, many tourists come to visit and different events are held commemorating Oga Lotus.

Within the Park, Rengetei Pavilion exhibits information and photos of Oga Lotus. Even if you are not visiting during the blooming season, you will get to learn about this curious flower.

There is a playground for families with little children, and a boat pond as well, the only one in Chiba where you can ride a boat. From JR chiba Station, it is only 10 minutes on foot. It is an oasis in the city.

Highlights

  • View the world’s oldest flower Oga Lotus.
  • Oga Lotus closes blossoms around noon. Visit early in the morning.
  • You can rent a boat at the Boat Pond.(Closed on Mondays)
  • Short distance from Chiba Urban Monorail’s Chibakoen Station.

Photos

  • The flower said to be the world’s oldest, Oga Lotus

    The flower said to be the world’s oldest, Oga Lotus

  • Rengetei Pavilion displays info and photos of Oga Lotus

    Rengetei Pavilion displays info and photos of Oga Lotus

  • Enjoy a boat ride

    Enjoy a boat ride

  • Cherry blossom court yard

    Cherry blossom court yard

  • In fall, Japanese maple, zelkova and enkianthus turn bright red

    In fall, Japanese maple, zelkova and enkianthus turn bright red

  • A playground for children

    A playground for children

Reviews

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  • 朱益齊

    公園環境相當棒,喜愛荷花的人來這邊看準沒錯。

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Details

Name in Japanese
千葉公園
Postal Code
260-0045
Address
3-1-1 Benten, Chuo-ku, Chiba City, Chiba
Tel
043-279-8440
Closed
No holidays
Admission
Free
Business Hours
Not Specified
Directions
from JR Chiba Station, walk 10 min or from Chiba Urban Monorail, Chibakoen Station, walk a short distance.
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)