In Okinawa, there are various flower festivals every season where you can take pictures of colorful flowers, such as cherry blossoms, azaleas, lilies, and sunflowers. In this article, we will introduce how to enjoy flowers regardless of the seasons.
Surrounded by rare, seasonal flowers / Southeast Botanical Garden
It’s a large botanical garden with more than 1,300 species of tropical and subtropical plants on the total site area of approximately 14,900㎡. It is also famous as a photogenic spot which you can even have a photo wedding there. You can enjoy not just the largest row of king palm trees in Japan, but also lotus from May to July, and jade vine from March to May.
Southeast Botanical Garden
2146 Chibana, Okinawa City, Okinawa
Enjoy your meal time surrounded by flowers / Hana Sango
As its name “Garden Restaurant” suggests, this elegant restaurant is surrounded by flowers. You will be welcomed with around 300 kinds of flowers and plants, along with elegant butterflies and rare creatures on the total site area of approximately 3,305㎡. Sprinkled with edible flowers, the meat and fish dishes are the restaurant’s specialty. You can enjoy sharing the dishes with your friends. Enjoy the fine cuisine while surrounded by flowers.
142 Yakabu, tamgusuku, Nanjo City, Okinawa
http://hanasango.info/ *Only in Japanese
232 527 318*32
Enjoy the gorgeous café and dishes with flowers / DAISY…
Enjoy food and drinks decorated with edible flowers in a gorgeous café just like a fashion magazine studio. As for the menus, you can enjoy lemon lime flower pizza, lemon pepper chicken, and other delicious dishes decorated in a fancy and cute way. The dried flowers, art, and food all add to the photogenic appeal of this café.
2-28-24, Ameku, Naha City, Okinawa
33 218 571*06
In Okinawa, you can enjoy various kinds of flowers and plants all year round, and there are many photogenic spots. Try enjoying the flowers of Okinawa according to your own trip.
Posted on April 2th, 2021
Text by Yumi Miyoshi
Freelance web editor and writer, born in Kagawa and lives in Okinawa for 6 years. Writes mainly about Okinawa’s sightseeing, gourmet, and economy.