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A sea of platinum blue! 1 million nemophila flowers bloom in Maishima, Osaka

The Nemophila Festival is taking over Osaka Maishima Seaside Park, from where you can enjoy a stunning view of Osaka Bay, full of blooming nemophila (flower).

One million nemophila flowers bloom over 4.4 hectares, where the sky, the sea and the flowers create a beautiful platinum blue colour combination. The flower is also known as baby blue eyes.

Visitors can also explore other activities available, such as the ATV track with a 1,400 m (1,400 ft) lap adventure course, helicopter scenic rides (approx. 4 mins) and paragliding. All of these activities have a separate fee.

The Nemophila Festival runs from 8 April to 8 May, with admission fees of JPY1,200 (≈USD9) for junior high students and above and JPY600 (≈USD5) for children over 4 years old but below primary school age.
Don’t miss the spectacular photo gallery too!
Nemophila Festival Gallery
https://seasidepark.maishima.com/nemophila/gallery/


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