Normal: 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (No entry after 4:30 p.m.)
Winter: 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (No entry after 4:00 p.m.)
*Event and seasonal park hours will vary.
Tuesdays (or following day if Tuesday is a holiday); Year-end and New Year's holidays; January 25 (Mon) - February 2 (Tue), 2021
Free (capacity for 1,000 cars, 20 motor coaches)
Adults: 700 yen
Elementary and middle school students: 300 yen
Seniors (age 65+): 560 yen*1
Disabled visitors Adult (1) and caretaker (1): 350 yen each*2
Disabled visitors Elementary and middle school students: 150 yen*3
*1 Please present staff with a license, insurance card or other documentation by which age can be verified.
*2, 3 Please present staff with certification of disability. Proof of long-term care insurance will not qualify for the discount.
• Please refrain from bringing in bicycles (this includes unicycles, roller blades and push scooters) and play equipment (e.g., balls, skipping rope, badminton gear and the like).
• Pets are not permitted in the park (does not apply to service dogs).
●From JR Anjo Station
Tokaido Line: 22 min. from Nagoya Station; 25 min. from Toyohashi Station
From JR Anjo Station to Denpark
Board the Ankuru Bus (Junkan (loop) Route); at Anjo Kosei Hospital, change to the Nambu Route or Sakurai Nishi Route; disembark at Denpark
●Meitetsu: From Sakurai Station or Minami Sakurai Station to Denpark
Board the Ankuru Bus (Sakurai Route); disembark at Denpark
●Meitetsu: From Shin-Anjo Station to Denpark
Board the Meitetsu Bus; disembark at Denpark *Saturdays, Sundays and holidays only
From Nagoya or Gamagori: Use National Route 23 (Chiryu Bypass); exit at the Izumi Interchange; travel approx. 5 min. to Denpark
Tomei Expressway: Exit the Tomei Expressway at the Toyota Interchange (eastbound) or Okazaki Interchange (westbound); travel approx. 45 min. from the exit to Denpark
Denpark is a flower and garden-themed park located almost at the very center of Japan in Aichi Prefecture's Anjo City.
The park covers 13.1ha (three times the area of Tokyo Dome) and is in bloom year-round, thanks to an abundance of more than 300,000 plants spanning 3,300 different varieties and all four seasons.
In particular, the seasonal flower shows in the gigantic “Floral Place” greenhouse have to be seen to be believed.
In addition to flowers, Denpark is full of fun attractions for children, including one of the largest wooden playgrounds in Japan, a roller slide and an indoor play area that will keep children entertained even on rainy days.
There are also sausage-making, bread-making and various other craft and hobby classes, restaurants serving up local cuisine and craft beer, shops selling souvenirs and specialties of the Anjo region and so much more that will guarantee a fun time for everyone in the family.