If there is one thing that is consistent with Japanese culture through the ages, it's their love for gardens. Naritasan Park, for instance, is a large garden in the Chiba Prefecture. It measures over 165,000 sqkm. The park has many beautiful flowering shrubs and trees around the Ryuju and Monju ponds. Every single year, the garden hosts the Autumnal Leaves Festival, which is usually held in Fall, and the Ume Festival in the onset of Spring.
Located close to the Keisei Narita station, the JR Narita station and the Narita International airport, the park is easy to get to. This is one of the reasons why the park is popular with tourists.Places nearby:
Kashiya Yokocho Alley: The sweet flavor of nostalgia in the Candy Alley of Japan 0 km / 0 mi
Kawagoe Hikawa Shrine: Looking For Love 0 km / 0 mi
Saitama Super Arena: One of Japan's Greatest Sporting Venues 13 km / 8 mi
Inokashira Onshi Park: To get out of the bustle of Tokyo and into nature 26 km / 16 mi
Ueno Zoo: Famous for its Amphibian Reptile Museum 33 km / 21 mi