Inuyama Castle, one of the oldest castles in Japan, is surrounded by pink every year during cherry blossom season, a perfect place to enjoy culture, tradition and cherry flowers.
The 1,400 cherry trees that bloom every year in both sides of the Gojogawa River are popular among the locals but this river is still a hidden jewel as a tourist spot.
With 750 cherry trees is one of the most popular places in Nagoya to picnic under the cherry blossoms trees during day and night thanks to its great atmosphere and location.
From February through April, you can enjoy viewing a mixture of varieties that bloom at different times, with the Somei-yoshino predominating.
A festival that the whole family can enjoy takes place here, with musical performances and more amid some ten thousand baby's-breath spirea and cherry trees.
Among the many solitary cherry trees to be found in the Nagano Prefecture city of Iida, the tree at Zosenji Temple is a tall and magnificent weeping cherry.
The Tonami Tulip Fair, one of the largest events of its kind in Japan, takes place in this location alive with the colors of three million tulips.
From late March through late April, colorful tulips in peak bloom create a breathtaking carpet of vivid hues!
In the high-altitude highlands of Hirugano, the blooming tulips are at their loveliest from early May.
Here you can enjoy the impressive sight of a sweetly fragrant violet curtain that spreads across your full field of view.
Savor the sight of wisteria in a variety of colors and styles: on trellises, as garden trees, in bonsai form, and more.
The reflected views of wisteria trellises hanging over the water and the dreamlike nighttime illumination make for sights that are not to be missed!
You can enjoy this expansive field of sunflowers for a long period that extends through early December, and at it's peak, it's simply amazing!
From late July through early August, sunflowers of diverse variety suffuse the flower fields in this park with splashy colors.
A sunflower festival takes place in the period when the flowers are at their loveliest, and you can also enjoy a maze and special photogenic spots.
Packed with blue, pink, white, purple, and other colors, and the fantastic illumination is also not to be missed.
Dubbed "hydrangea temple," Shokaiji is where in June a variety of different kinds of hydrangeas burst into bloom.
The temple's approach and grounds are colored by hydrangeas of diverse hues that soothe the hearts of visitors.
Here you can savor a romantic interlude surrounded by pretty pale-violet blossoms and their elegant fragrance.
The lavender forms an expansive light-violet carpet, and lavender blossoms and oil are also available for purchase.
This is a well-known place to view lavender in the city of Nagoya. A Lavender Fair takes place when the flowers are at their peak.
The expanse of more than three million red spider lilies forming a veritable red carpet makes for a fantastic scene.
The sight of the abundant nature and the bank of the Tsuyagawa River tinted crimson by red spider lilies has enthralled countless visitors.
Numerous statues of the Jizo deity stand among the red spider lilies that bloom on the temple grounds. Rare white flowers also bloom here.
This is one of the best spots in Japan for enjoying the colors of fall. Such features as maples reflected in the river and the nighttime illumination make for many different sights of scenic beauty for you to enjoy.
From the summit to the foothills, the mountain of Gozaisho is gradually suffused with color, presenting a richly hued tapestry of red, yellow, and green.
The three Buddhist Tendai-sect temples of Saimyoji, Kongorinji, and Hyakusaiji have been selected to be one of Japan's hundred most beautiful places for autumn foliage.
From mid-September through early October, red, pink, and white cosmos flowers burst into lovely bloom.
This vast expanse of cosmos fields is an unusual spot where you can see countless numbers of the yellow flowers.
Here you can experience the stunning sight of some 100 million cosmos flowers at peak bloom on grounds stretching as far as the eye can see.
The magnificent weeping ume (plum) trees from locales throughout Japan bloom with lovely flowers of pink, red, and white.
On the grounds is a grove of 320 red and white weeping ume (plum) trees, and an ume festival also takes place when the blossoms are at their peak.
This is one of the largest ume (plum) groves in the Tokai region, and here you can enjoy the vast park filled with color when the blossoms are at their peak.
One of the largest begonia gardens in Japan and featuring several hundred varieties from all around the world, this destination offers picture-perfect beauty.
Colorful begonias await you on the patio of a giant hothouse that is bright and roomy.
At the multipurpose greenhouses here, bulb-grown begonias adorn the seasons with floral color and create a space of festive fun.
The stirring and dreamlike sight of World Heritage Site Shirakawa-go enveloped in snow makes it well worth visiting.
At special times, and only when a certain set of weather conditions are just right, you can see beautiful frost-covered trees from the summit and the observation deck.
At wintertime Okuhida Onsengo, you can savor an interlude of sheer bliss gazing out at abundant snow-covered natural surroundings from an open-air rotemburo bath.