The annual popular “Hydrangea Garden” is now being held at FANCL Ginza Square!

The event will be held from Wednesday, May 29th to Tuesday, June 4th. This year's theme is "Hydrangeas in the Ancient Capital."

FANCL Corporation's flagship store, FANCL Ginza Square, will be hosting its annual popular Hydrangea Garden from Wednesday, May 29th to Tuesday, June 4th. This year's theme is "Hydrangeas in Ancient Capitals," and visitors can enjoy colorful hydrangeas blooming in ancient capitals across Japan in the Ginza Sky Garden.

At the Sky Garden on the top floor of FANCL Ginza Square, an event called "Hydrangea Garden" will be held from Wednesday, May 29th, where the sky garden will be decorated with beautiful hydrangeas that bloom at this time of year. This is a very popular event that attracts nearly 5,000 visitors every year.

[Hydrangea Garden 2024 Event Summary]
■Period: Wednesday, May 29, 2024 to Tuesday, June 4, 2024
■Time: 11:00 to 18:30 (until 16:30 on the last day)
■Venue: 10F Sky Garden ■Admission fee: Free *Please note that admission may be restricted.

[This year's theme is "Hydrangeas in the Ancient Capital"]
Every year during the rainy season, hydrangeas bloom in abundance at famous sites in ancient capitals across Japan, attracting many visitors. We chose this year's theme as our desire to have people enjoy the beautiful scenery of Japan's ancient capitals at the Ginza Sky Garden.
We have created a space where you can spend some relaxing time and find peace of mind in the midst of your busy daily life.

[Hydrangeas and garden highlights]
・Lagrange® Crystal Veil <br /> This is a new variety of hydrangea that blooms lavishly across the entire plant, with flowers blooming from the side buds. Depending on the pH of the soil, it produces beautiful gradational flower buds with a mixture of blue, purple, pink, etc.

・Casanova Pink <br /> This hydrangea combines the charms of both the sepal and ball-shaped blooms, and is characterized by its delicate petals and beautiful gradation of color.

・Collecting Stars <br /> Each flower bud changes color at a different time, so the hydrangeas look like they are dotted with tiny stars. You can enjoy their small but sparkling appearance.

<Inside the garden>
・Flower water basin
Flower water basin is a chozuya (purification fountain) where you purify your hands and mouth before praying at a shrine or temple, decorated with seasonal flowers. This time, we will recreate a flower water basin using hydrangeas.

(Photo is for illustrative purposes only)

<Photo Spot>
A bench and an arch decorated with hydrangeas have been set up in the garden as a photo spot.
You can take photos surrounded by colorful hydrangeas and decorations that evoke the atmosphere of an ancient capital.

[Hydrangeas will be used in various ways after the exhibition to promote the reduction of flower waste]
◆ After the display, the hydrangeas are donated to nearby elementary schools, creating opportunities for children to experience flowers and nature. During the period, students from nearby elementary schools are invited to a tour every year. The tour also includes a quiz about hydrangeas, making it a fun learning opportunity.
After the display, some of the hydrangeas are donated to elementary schools to help reduce flower waste and provide children with opportunities to experience flowers and nature.

◆A workshop will be held to make candles out of lost flowers, using some of the hydrangea flowers on display. Some of the flowers used in the exhibition will be dried and a workshop will be held in the community studio on the 4th floor to make candles out of lost flowers.
Date and time: Friday, June 28th 11:30 to 12:30 / 13:00 to 14:00
Capacity: 12 people per session Participation fee: 4,500 yen (tax included)
How to apply: Please apply via the FANCL Ginza Square homepage.
*Application deadline: Monday, June 17th at noon

[FANCL Ginza Square]
Business hours: 11:00 to 20:00 (varies by floor)
Access: 1 minute walk from A3 exit of Ginza Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Hibiya Line, and Marunouchi Line 8 minutes walk from Ginza exit of JR Yurakucho Station Address: 5-8-16 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
Closed days: None *Closed only on January 1st *For details of other events, please see the FANCL Ginza Square website.

From FANCL Corporation's press release

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