[ Sera Town, Hiroshima ] Sunflower Festival held, with 60 varieties of sunflowers blooming all over the city.


In August, the Sera Kogen Farm holds the “Sunflower Festival,” where visitors can see 60 varieties of sunflowers, from the royal sunflower to white sunflowers, and as many as 100 flowers from a single plant.

Sunflower Festival Overview

Duration: July 29 – August 20, 2023
Time: 9:00 – 18:00 (Last entry 17:00)
Entrance fee: Adults 700-1,200 yen / Children (4 years old to elementary school) 300-600 yen
*Varies depending on flowering conditions
Note: Best time to see is from early August to mid-August.

>Event Official Website



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