Mishima Skywalk Hydrangea Festival

9:00am – 5:00pm
¥200 – ¥1,100

Japan’s rainy season has begun, which means gorgeous hydrangeas in shades of pink, purple, and blue are abloom. See a variety of beautiful hydrangeas at the Mishima Skywalk Hydrangea Festival, taking place near Japan’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge.

What to expect

Enjoy breathtaking views of Mt. Fuji and Suruga Bay while exploring the vibrant display of 13,000 hydrangeas in 205 varieties.

Visitors can stroll through trails adorned with colorful hydrangeas, including unique varieties like “Skywalk”, “Haou”, and “Natsuzora”, which are only found in this region of Shizuoka.

Indulge in limited edition hydrangea-themed treats, available at various on-site cafes. See the details below:

  • Fluffy Hydrangea Soda at “SKYWALK COFFEE” in the South Area
  • Blue Butter Sandwich at “831JUICE” in the South Area SKY GARDEN
  • Rain Drop Chocolate Churros at “Skywalk Soft Serve” in the North Area
  • Puru☆Pachi Hydrangea Sunday at the Picnic Cafe in the North Area

Hydrangea illumination

On weekends from June 21 to July 7, the hydrangeas will be illuminated at night, creating a magical atmosphere.

Hours: 17:00-20:30 (last entrance 20:00/sundown, usually around 19:00)

Admission price and tickets

Admission is ¥1,100 for adults, ¥500 for junior and senior high school students, and ¥200 for elementary school students.

You can purchase tickets at the venue.

How to get there

Mishima Skywalk is about 20 minutes by car/taxi or 25 minutes by bus from JR Mishima Station. You can also get there direct from Hakone by taking a 15- to 20-minute bus from Hakonemachi Port or Moto-Hakone Port bus stops.

From Tokyo, it takes about 90 minutes by bullet train to Mishima Station, or about 80 minutes by car.

Organizers may cancel events, alter schedules, or change admission requirements without notice. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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