Jorakuen is a recreation of a traditional Japanese garden of the 14th to 16th centuries. Throughout spring you can see a range of flowering plants including cherry blossoms in April, and rhododendrons and a variety of irises in May. In autumn, the maple leaves and ‘hagi’ (Japanese clover) bring colors to the garden. Jorakuen really highlights the beauty of the four seasons in Japan.
April 1 ~ November 30 (Open Every Day)
9:00 am ~ 5:00pm (Closes 4:30pm in October and November)
Access from Fukushima Station
Note: Bus times, routes, and bus stop locations are available on Google Maps.