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Takamatsu-bonsai-no-sato

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The Kinashi and Kokubunji area of Takamatsu City is a massive production area for bonsai, which boasts of having the number one shares in the domestic market for matsu (pine) bonsai.
Blessed with good climate and well-drained soil, the bonsai culture has had its roots here for 200 years.
Even now, there are around 60 bonsai farmers in this area, and you can not only see beautifully potted bonsai, but also tour the bonsai fields where pre-potted bonsai are planted.

More Information about Takamatsu-bonsai-no-sato

Street address

353-1 Kokubu, Kokubunji-cho, Takamatsu City, Kagawa

Access

Route1

  • Around 10 minutes by foot from JR Kokubu Station

Route2

  • Around 20 minutes by foot from JR Hashioka Station

Opening Hours

8:30~17:00

Closed

Open all year round (not including New Years holiday)

Website

https://ja-takamatubonsainosato.com/

Best season

Mar., Apr., May, Oct., Nov., Dec.

Point

"Takamatsu-bonsai-no-sato" provides technical training for bonsai lovers from Japan and from overseas, where they can learn techniques directly from bonsai producers.
There is also an occasional workshop for casual participants, so please see the Takamatsu Bonsai website for more details if you are interested.

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