June 15th: Blooming Information2018.06.15
Some of the flowers were bruised in the rain, but they are still blooming.
New buds are also forming and the park is filled with a refreshing atmosphere and fresh fragrance.
This weekend, a Sketch Walk with Hokkaido illustrator Shiro Fujikawa will be held.
You can ask him all about art and plants.
The forecast says this weekend will be sunny. We look forward to welcoming you.
11th June Flower News2018.06.11
The weather is changeable here at Serakogen Flower Forest too, alternating between rain and sunshine.
At this time of year, our whole team of staff are out pruning and managing rain-damaged flowers, and we were sorry to disappoint some of our visitors when some areas of the park experienced severe damage during the recent downpour of heavy rain.
The English roses are continuing to bloom beautifully, and the team are monitoring them carefully to ensure that our visitors can continue to enjoy the blossoms as they stroll through the flower forest.
While the park is still in peak flowering season, as of today the entrance fee will be reduced to usual rates (\800 per adult).
Thank you for your understanding.
English Rose: Peak Bloom Draws Near2018.05.30
The best time to view the English Roses is nearly upon us!
The garden is enveloped by a sweet and flowery fragrance.
The garden facility also includes a newly opened shop as well as a Cafe & Kitchen, so our guests can enjoy a relaxing visit.
Details concerning the Sera Dining on June 9th will be published on our homepage.
We hope to see you in the garden soon!
Rose Festival [Now in session! Currently in 60% of full bloom]2018.05.26
Sera Kogen Hana no Mori Rose Festival opened its doors to the public today.
The flowers in the garden are currently at 60% of their full bloom and are starting to reach their prime viewing time.
Be embraced by the sweet fragrance of roses.
The newly established café and shop have also begun operations.
Please enjoy a relaxing time in the garden.
We will be increasing the number of flowers in preparation for the high peak period in June.
We sincerely hope that you will come visit the garden.
Rose Festival [Opens May 26th]2018.05.21
As of May 21st, a portion of the English Roses are starting to bloom.
We will finally be opening on May 26th!
The cool climate at Sera Kogen, unlike areas with flat fields, means that the roses start blooming in late May.
The peak time will be from early June until around the 20th, and during that time you will be able to smell the English Roses all throughout the garden.
They will continue to bloom continuously during that time until July 16th.
We sincerely hope to see everyone here!
English rose CURRENTLY GROWING Opening from 26th May2018.04.26
The young buds are growing, lush and healthy.
We are are preparing for our Rose Festa, which will open on 26th May.
Look forward to our even more amazing forest of English rose!
English roses (Developing)2018.04.02
Here are our English roses at the moment.
They’re starting to bud.
The little buds here and there are very cute
We are also constructing a new shop cafe.
Come see them when the park opens on May 26th!
Rose Festival (Now Over)2017.11.13
The 2017 Autumn Rose Festival ended today, November 12.
We would like to thank everyone who visited the park during the festival.
The park will be closed for maintenance. We will plant additional roses and prune the roses for winter.
We will open again on May 26, 2018 for the 2018 Hana No Mori Rose Festival.
The English roses and sunflowers will grow and Hana No Mori will be even more glorious.
We look forward to seeing you again at Hana No Mori.
English Rose [The number of flowers are slightly below usual, but they are blooming]2017.10.26
October 26. The current Rose Garden.
The number of flowers have decreased due to prolonged rain and typhoons, but we are still blooming beautiful flowers.
There are also many buds ready to bloom.
We look forward to you visiting our garden!
Our flowers were somewhat affected by the typhoon, but they’re still at their best2017.10.23
Due to a long spell of rain, and yesterday’s typhoon, some of our flowers were damaged, but it’s still the best time to see them.
The weather is clearing up and the temperature is expected to rise this week, so please come visit our garden♪