[Kyukamura Minamiizu] Operate a shuttle bus for the Shimoda Hydrangea Festival


On June 1st, the Shimoda Hydrangea Festival will be held at Kyukamura Minamiizu, a resort hotel located in Minamiizu Town.
At the same time, we operate a “hydrangea bus” that takes you to Shimoda Park, the festival venue, for guests only.

Shimoda Park has the largest number of hydrangeas in Japan

Shimoda Park is as large as 5.5 Tokyo Domes.
A long time ago, Shimoda Castle was built in 1588 by the Gohojo clan to guard against Toyotomi Hideyoshi’s army attacking Odawara.
Every year in June, the park is decorated with 150,000 hydrangeas, the largest number in Japan, and 3 million hydrangea flowers, and the Shimoda Hydrangea Festival is held, attracting many tourists.

Kyukamura Minamiizu "Hydrangea Bus"

Duration: Every Monday and Thursday from June 1st to 30th, 2023
Departure and arrival time: Kyukamura 10:15 departure → Shimoda Park 10:35 arrival
Shimoda Park 12:15 departure → Kyukamura 12:35 arrival
Note: ・Limited to hotel guests
・Advance reservation is not possible. Please apply at check-in.

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