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Takarazuka Dahlia Garden
The climate in the Kamisasori neighborhood in northern Takarazuka is 3-4 degrees Celsius lower than that in the downtown area - perfect for growing dahlias. Dahlia cultivation began in 1930 to vitalize the town, and at its peak the garden was responsible for 80% of the area's flowers. During the dahlia season in autumn, visitors can enjoy flower-picking from among 100,000 blooms on around 20,000 trees representing 250 varieties - including varieties that originate here. Their names are displayed on plates, further delighting the eyes.

Address 16-1 Ogakiuchi Kamisasori, Takarazuka 669-1202
Contact Sasori Engei Association 0797-91-0003
hours open Flower-picking Garden
Early Jul - early Aug; early Oct - early Nov
Parking Lot
Free parking available (also accessible to large buses)

From Takedao Station on the JR Takarazuka Line, take the Hankyu Sonoda Bus bound for Kamisasori, get off at the Kamisasori stop, then walk 5 min.

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