Jul 22
Jul 30

Kiyose Sunflower Festival

9:00am – 4:00pm

The largest sunflower field in Tokyo will be open for the first time in four years.

What happens?

Around 100,000 sunflowers decorate this farmland on the outskirts of Tokyo. It is held in cooperation with local farmers, so you can also expect to find fresh vegetables and cut sunflowers to take home. There will also be performances on both Sundays during the event period.


While it is completely free to see the sunflowers, you will have to make a reservation for a specific time slot (reservations open from July 1). Please check the official website.

How to get there

The venue is a 35-minute walk from Kiyose Station (North Exit) on the Ikebukuro and Fukutoshin lines. There will also be a free shuttle bus, regular buses, and a ¥100 bicycle-rental service.

Organizers may cancel events, alter schedules, or change admission requirements without notice. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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