Kamiyubetsu Tulip Park, Yubetsu, Hokkaido, Japan (Gallery)

The Kamiyubetu Tulip Park is situated in Yubetsu town on the Northeast front of Hokkaido, facing the Okhotsk sea. We were driving in the area keeping our eyes peeled for the place, but really we didn’t have to- because it was a huge 7-hectare garden flooded in rows on rows of colours and windmill features- and that, is pretty darn hard to miss.

During Springtime, from May to early June, the garden is covered in over a million tulips of 120 varieties, and with flowers stretching to as far as the eyes can see, I wouldn’t say it’s all that hard to believe.

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Zabrina C

I believe in exploration, in visiting new places, encountering people and cultures, and in learning and trying new things. I believe in pushing the boundaries, doing what you never thought you'd ever get down to doing, and to look at the world with an open mind. I believe in looking forward with enthusiasm at the adventures that await. Above all, I believe in being and feeling alive. I hope you will share my adventures with me, just as I would love to share in yours also. Here's to our friendship. After all, we're all explorers in this world together!

2 thoughts on “Kamiyubetsu Tulip Park, Yubetsu, Hokkaido, Japan (Gallery)”

  1. Hi Zabrina, How to get to Kamiyubetsu Tulip Park from Sapporo by public transport? is it the tulip still blooming if i come there on May 14, 2015? Info please. Thanks.


    1. Hi Brigette, Kamiyubetsu Tulip Park is in Yubetsu, which is all the way across Hokkaido to its Northeastern shore, so it’s pretty far away. The tulips should be in full force around mid May, but of course what stage of bloom they’re at depends on how the weather is. As far as I know, there aren’t any direct routes by public transportation from Sapporo, but you could opt to stay in Asahikawa and take a day trip out from there to see Kamiyubetsu as well as Takinoue (the pink moss park which I’ve also featured in the other post); both are absolutely gorgeous. Taisetsu Nature tours runs day trips out to these places, but their site is in Japanese. You can write to them at tnt@asahikawa-tourism.com to ask 🙂


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