The Sankeien has been a garden famous as well for its plum blossoms from the beginning of the garden. About 600 trees start to bloom from Feb.gradually until Mar.The Garyo-bai, the name comes from the shape of the trunk looks like a dragon lying down, and the Ryokugaku-bai (green calyx plum, sent from the Shanghai City) are very rare kinds.
|Kakushokaku is open to the public at new year Jan.1-3
Bonsai exhibition Jan.8-22
|Plum blossom viewing Feb.11-Mar.5|
|Haiku exhibition Mar.16-May.24
Cherry blossom night viewing Mar.25-Apr.2 -8:30p.m.
|Primula exhibition Apr.13-19
Historic buildings are open to the public in verdured air Apr.29-May.7
|Azalea bonsai exhibition May.14-28
Firefly evenings May.22-Jun.2 -8:30p.m.
|Japanese Iris exhibition Jun.6-11 10:00a.m.-4:30p.m.
|Early morning lotus viewing Only on the weekend during Jul.15-Aug.6 6:00a.m.-
Morning glory exhibition Jul.27-31
|Historic building-Kakushokaku is open to the public Aug.11-16|
|Exhibition of photograph works selected by the contest Sep.30-Dec.13
|Harvest moon night viewing Oct.4-9 -8:30p.m.
Chrysanthemum exhibition Oct.26-Nov.23
|Historic buildings are open to the public in autumn-tinted air Nov.18-Dec.10
Sankeien Grand Tea Gathering Nov.21-22