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Takamatsu, 26 Aug.

Bonsai Cultivation area

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Bonsai is a traditional Japanese art that is rooted in kindness toward living trees, and expressed in a meticulous aesthetic sense. The western part of Takamatsu City in Kagawa (around the Kinashi and Kokubunji areas) is Japan’s top bonsai pine tree producing area, accounting for 80 percent of the nation’s share. Pine trees cultivated in well-drained, sandy loams have a reputation not only for the beauty of their shapes but also for their durability, because their roots are less likely to rot.

VISIT KAGAWA

Tokyo (Narita) to Bonsai Cultivation area, Takamatsu

    1. Narita Airport

      1 h 25 min

      From 5,400 yen

    2. Takamatsu Airport

      • Bus

      40 min

      800 yen

    3. Takamatsu Station

      • Car

      20 min

    4. Bonsai Cultivation area

      333-1 Kinashi-cho Yamaguchi, Takamatsu City, Kagawa Prefecture

      Free

All listed travel times and costs are approximate.





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