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Tulip Fair

Tulip Fair

This event is staged every year at Tulip Park. Some 1,200,000 blooming tulips of 120 varieties in the park include those named after central characters of fairytales, such as “Pinocchio,” “Don Quixote” and “Aladdin,” those directly imported from the Netherlands, the home of tulips, and other rare varieties. Please take your time to enjoy appreciating the colorful world, with the vast park as its canvas, in the midst of natural grandeur under the clear blue sky of Hokkaido!

Mascot “Tupid”

Tupid is popular among park visitors. Why not take a commemorative photo together!

Mascot “Tupid”

Street organ

This custom-made organ was manufactured in the Netherlands, the best place for the instrument. It cheerfully plays Japanese children’s songs and other kinds of music.

Street organ

Tupid-go

This electric motor-driven bus slowly tours the park for 15 minutes.
¥300 for ages 13 and up, ¥100 for ages 12 and younger

Tupid-go

Jumbo wooden clogs

These huge wooden clogs, 225 cm long and weighing 300 kg, were made by a Dutch artisan from a 50-year-old poplar. It’s the perfect place for a commemorative photo!

Jumbo wooden clogs

Helicopter sightseeing flights

Please enjoy observing gardens of tulips in full bloom, the blue and beautiful Sea of Okhotsk as well as Lake Saroma from the air during the two-week season best for viewing tulips.
¥4,000 for ages 13 and up, ¥3,000 for ages 3 to 12

Tulip shop

A tulip is sold with a bulb for ¥100.

Tulip Hall (for snacks and shopping)

This stylish brick restaurant serves snacks and sells souvenirs. Customers may use koagari (Japanese-style partitioned spaces).