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Mito Festival

Mito Ume Festival

"Ume" means "plum blossom".The Mito Ume Festival is held in Kairakuen Garden and Kodokan Mito Han School.
A total of 3,000 plum trees belonging to about 100 varieties are grown in Kairakuen Garden, one of three famous gardens in Japan.

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Mito Sakura Festival

"Sakura" means "cherry blossom".Sakura is the national flower of Japan. People can appreciate a variety of beautiful sakura in many places of Mito City, ex., Kairakuen Garden, Sakurayama, banks of the Lake Senba, Sakuragawa, etc.

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Mito Tsutsuji Festival

"Tsutsuji" means "azaleas".The Azaleas Festival is held in Kairakuen Garden (one of three famous gardens in Japan), banks of the Lake Senba and Mito Forest Park. Kairakuen Garden is a good place to appreciate about 380 azaleas of rare varieties like Ookirishima azaleas and Toudai azaleas.

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English Rose Festival(Coming Soon)

Mito Ajisai Festival

"Ajisai" means "hydrangea".Howaen Garden has a total of 6,000 colorful hydrangea of about 100 types, including Western-style hydrangea and lacecap hydrangea. People can appreciate lovely hydrangea, mostly in blue and white and few in pink.

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Mito Komon Festival

At the "Fireworks Show" on the first day of Komon Festival, 4,500 fireworks will be played on the Lake Senba. The beautiful space created by the lake and fireworks will attract many tourists.

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Mito Hagi Festival

"Hagi" means "bush clovers".The bush clovers were grown upon the establishment of Kairakuen Garden, with Miyagino Miscanthus Sacchariflorus as the major variety. There are a total of 750 Miscanthus Sacchariflorus, including Shirahagi,Yamahagi and Marubahagi, etc.

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Mito City Travel Guide

Mito Festival

Mito Ume Festival

"Ume" means "plum blossom".

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Mito Sakura Festival

"Sakura" means "cherry blossom".

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Mito Tsutsuji Festival

"Tsutsuji" means "azaleas".

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English Rose Festival

Mito Ajisai Festival

"Ajisai" means"hydrangea".

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Mito Komon Festival

At the "Fireworks Show" on the first day of Komon Festival, 4,500 fireworks will be played on the Lake Senba.

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Mito Hagi Festival

"Hagi" means "bush clovers".

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 Mito City Travel Guide 

Copyright © City of Mito. All rights reserved.
Mito Tourism Association  1-5-48 Sannomaru, Mito City
Tel:+81-29-232-9189