Tsubakikan and Go stones around the world

Ofunato is known as the "village of camellias" due to its warm climate, and the native camellias are blooming with red flowers everywhere.
The camellia has been designated as the flower of Ofunato City and has become a symbol of the city.
The World Camellia Museum/Goishi exhibits 700 camellias of approximately 600 varieties from 13 countries around the world.
In addition to displaying seasonal flowers produced in the area, camellia seedlings, camellia goods, camellia oil, and potted plants are also on sale.

280-1 Ohama, Suesaki-cho, Ofunato-shi, Iwate 022-0001
Business Hours
Opening hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Mondays (the next day if Monday is a holiday), New Year holidays (12/29-1/3)
Adults 500 yen, junior high school students and under 300 yen
*Prices vary during the off-season.
Tsubakikan and Go stones around the world
Phone number 0192-29-4187
FAX number 0192-29-4189
[Spring] Camellia Early October to late April

Route 1: Ichinoseki Station → [110 minutes on the conventional line] Hosoura Station → [15 minutes by bus] Bus Goishi Line Goishi Kaigan bus stop → [1 minute walk] World Tsubakikan/Goishi
Route 2: Ichinoseki IC → [95 minutes by car] World Tsubakikan/Goishi

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