Shiroyama Park

A park in the Ogi area where seasonal flowers calm your mind

Shiroyama Park is located up on a hill facing the sea. After hiking the steep, cobbled path to the top, a large, open green stretches out before you. The park features trail paths, a resting point, a viewpoint and a monument inscribed with a poem written by Koyo Ozaki, a famous novelist and poet closely associated with the area. The park is filled with seasonal flowers: about 3,000 camellia trees come into full bloom from the beginning of February until early April, 500 cherry trees, dwarf azaleas and hydrangea. Shiroyama Park is a popular relaxing place among locals in the Ogi area.

  • Heritage and Relics
  • Outdoor Activities
Address
Ogi, Sado, Niigata 952-0605
Transport Access
Ogi Port Approx 5 by car
Nearest bus stop
Ogi(Ogi Line) Approx. 15 minutes on foot from bus stop
Parking
20