Erythronium Japonicum

Asian Skunk Cabbage


Japanese Apricot

Moss Phlox



Japanese Wisteria

Rape blossoms​


Lily of the Valley

Primitive Flower Garden

Alpine Plants

Spring Flowers
(April – June)

Hokkaido Spring Flower MAP

Erythronium Japonicum

Asahikawa / Otokoyama Nature Park

Katakuri (late April – early May)

Spots to be seen
> Asahikawa : Otokoyama Nature Park
> Fukagawa: Maruyama Park
> Hakodate:Miharashi Park (Kosetsuen)
> Hokuto: Takuminomori Park
> Niseko: Sakuragaoka Park
> Nakasatsunai Village: Rokka no Mori

Niseko: Sakuragaoka Park

Asian Skunk Cabbage

Ishikari / Makumbetsu Marsh

Asian Skunk Cabbage

Mizubasho (late April to mid-May)

Spots to be seen
> Ishikari: Makumbetsu Marsh
> Onuma: Onuma National Park
> Kamikawa:Kiyokawa Skunk Cabbage Garden
> Abira: Tomioka Skunk Basho Garden
> Abashiri: Lake Abashiri, Yobitori Bird-watching Trail
> Yubetsu: Skunk cabbage colony



Obihiro Shichiku Garden

Kikonai: Tulips at Saraki Cape

Sapporo / Yurigahara Park

Tulips (early May to early June)

Spots to be seen
> Kikonai:Saraki Cape Tulip Garden
> Sapporo:Maruyama Park
> Sapporo:Yurigahara Park
> Sapporo:Takino Suzuran Hillside Park
> Biei : Shikisaino-Oka
> Obihiro:Shichiku Garden
> Yubetsu:Tulip Park

Sapporo / National Takino Suzuran Hillside Park

There are said to be as many as 2,000 varieties of tulips, which come in a variety of colors and shapes, and they are often seen in flower beds throughout Hokkaido.

Japanese Apricot

Sobetsu / Sobetsu Park

Plum blossoms

Ume (mid to late May)

Spots to be seen
> Sapporo : Hiraoka Park
> Mikasa : Mikasa Asuka Plum Grove
> Sobetsu : Sobetsu Park
> Shintoku : Karikatsu Kogen Park Ume Garden

Moss Phlox


Shiba-zakura (Japanese white cherry)
(mid-May to mid-June)

Spots to be seen
> Ohzora : Higashimokoto Shiba-zakura Park
> Takinoue : Shiba-zakura Takinoue Park
> Nayoro : Hokkaido Sunpillar Park
> Kutchan : Mishima-sanchi no Shiba-zakura
> Kikonai : Satsukari Murakami Shibazakura Park

Kutchan / Mishima-sanchi no Shiba-zakura

“Shibazakura” are often planted in parks and gardens because they are resistant to cold and easy to propagate.
The view of pink and white flowers that cover the ground as thickly as a lawn is breathtaking.


Otaru / Black azalea in Otaru Park

Purple Yashio azalea

Tsutsuji (mid-May to late June)

Spots to be seen
> Hakodate : Esan Azalea Park (about 600,000 azaleas)
> Kitami : Rubeshibe Azalea Park (about 280,000 azaleas)
> Otaru : Otaru Park
> Hiroo : Hiroo-cho Daimaruyama Forest Park
> Teshikaga : Tsutsujigahara Nature Trail



Lilacs (mid-May to mid-June)

Spots to be seen
> Sapporo : Odori Park
> Sapporo : Kawashimo Park
> Sapporo : Soseigawa Park
> Yubetsu : Okhotsk Rila Road

Sapporo / Odori Park

Famous as the flower that heralds early summer, the flower comes in white, pink, and purple. When this flower, also called “lilas,” blooms, it often cools down, which is called “lilac chill.
The Sapporo Lilac Festival is held in Sapporo Odori Park every year in late May.

Japanese Wisteria

Taiki / Hakurin Park

Sobetsu / Toyako Park

Fuji (mid-May to late June)

Spots to be seen
> Hakodate : Goryokaku Park
> Engaru : Maruseppu Wisteria Garden
> Sapporo : Yurigahara Park
> Sapporo : Maeda Forest Park
> Sobetsu : Wisteria trellis in Toyako Park
> Taiki : Hakurin Park

Rape blossoms

Kutchan / Mishima-sanchi no Rape blossoms​

Nanohana (early to mid June)

Spots to be seen
> Takikawa : Ebeotsu area
> Abira : Rape Blossom Field
> Kutchan : Mishima-sanchi no Rape blossoms​
> Iwamizawa : Rape blossom field in Kurisawa district
> Kaminokuni : Windmill Hill

Abira / Rape Blossom Field


Takinoue / Fragrance Village Herb Garden

Biei / Shikisai-no-oka

Lupinus (early June to early July)

Spots to be seen
> Takinoue : Fragrance Village Herb Garden
> Nanae : Higashi-Onuma Campground near Kitagawa Shoten
> Kamifurano : Flowerland Kamifurano
> Biei : Shikisaino-Oka
> Numata : Lupinus at Moe-no-oka
> Akabira : Akabira Mountain Lupine Garden

Lily of the Valley

Lily of the Valley

One of the representative flowers of early summer in Hokkaido, the fragrant little bell-like flowers are very popular.
In particular, the wild tin lily colony in the town of Hiratori, which stretches at the foot of Horoshiri-dake Mountain, is the largest in Japan at about 15 hectares.

Suzuran (late May to mid-June)

Spots to be seen
> Biratori : Memu Suzuran colony
> Sapporo : National Takino Suzuran Hillside Park

Hiratori / Memu Suzuran colony

Primitive Flower Garden

Koshimizu Primitive Flower Garden / Ezo lily

Koshimizu Primeval Flower Garden / Hamanasu

Flowers in the Primitive Flower Garden

Spots to be seen
> Betsukai : Notsuke Peninsula Primitive Flower Garden
> Shari : Ikushina Primitive Flower Garden
> Koshimizu: Koshimizu Primeval Flower Garden
> Akkeshi : Ayamegahara Primitive Flower Garden
> Kitami : Wakka Primitive Flower Garden
> Nemuro : Northern primeval flower garden
> Toyotomi : Sarobetsu Primeval Flower Garden

Wakka Primitive Flower Garden / Ezoanthus

Koshimizu Primeval Flower Garden Ayamegahara

Notsuke Peninsula Native Flower Garden / Ezo kanzo

Alpine Plants

Rebun Atamorisou

Alpine Flora of Rishiri and Rebun

Spots to be seen
> Rishiri Rebun Sarobetsu National Park 
> Rebun Alpine Botanical Garden

Rebunsou and Ookasamochi

Ezo kanzo (July)

Leibnitz flycatcher (August-September)

Lebun kinbai-sou (Lepidium japonicum)

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