Kameoka City, Kyoto Prefecture

Fully enjoy autumn with Cosmos flowers

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Kameoka Yume Cosmos Garden will be open for a limited period of 1st Oct to 5th Nov. It is one of the largest parks in Kansai region with a scale of 4.2 ha.  You may enjoy varieties of 8 millions cosmos flowers of 20 different speices such as Sensation, Yellow Canvas, Happy Ring and Double Click.

During the event, please enjoy “The Tanba region food market” where you can purchase the specialty and fresh vegetables from Tanba and Kameoka region. as well as enjoy the meals at the market.  In addition, there are a dog run on the site, too.

Introducing the great value set ticket which includes the entrance ticket of the Yume Cosmos Garden, admission fee of Anaoji Temple and ticket of unlimited bus rides in designated area. Also, you may take a fixed price taxi from Kameoka Station to travel the area inconviently. Would you like to feel the autumn with cosmos prior to the autumn foliage in Kameoka city?


[From TIC TOKYO Concierge]

The Kameoka Festival, popularly known as the Tamba Gion Festival, will begin on October 1st, the same day that the Yume Cosmos Garden opens. On October 23rd and 24th, the castle town will be illuminated with lanterns and paper lanterns. On the 25th, 11 yamahoko floats will be cruising around the castle town, so we recommend traveling at this time.
Anagawanomizu, Yoshikawa-cho, Kameoka City (East side of Kameoka Sports Park Gymnasium)
October 1,2023 (Sunday) to November 5, 2023 (Sunday)
9:00 - 16:00 (Registration closes at 16:30 on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays)
Kyotanba/ Kameoka “Yume Cosmos Garden”   TEL : 0771-55-9111
Information source
Kyoto Tourism Federation

* This information is subject to change. We appreciate your understanding.


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