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A First in Japan! A Multi-Ending Show of Flowers and Digital Art

As the sunlit glass greenhouse turns dark and projection mapping starts, the place turns into a world of flowers and digital art that is full of surprises. Hana-Biyori will be Japan’s first botanical garden to offer a permanent attraction featuring updated projection mapping.
Digital staging is themed on the “creation of an immersive space” through a fusion of various staging technologies. While revolving around projection mapping, it also incorporates sound and participatory features, realizing an immersive space. The show also employs the multi-ending approach, with which the show’s ending is varied by analyzing the audience’s emotions.


Free (open to all Hana-Biyori visitors)

Show Schedule

  • 10:30, 12:30, 14:30, 16:30, 18:00*, 19:30*
Weekends & Holidays
  • 10:00, 11.00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 17:30, 18:30*, 19:30*

Evening shows available only for a period of Fri., March 27 – Sun., April 5, when night pro baseball games are held.


10 minutes

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Projection mapping with 20 high-brightness projectors

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14.2-channel immersive audio

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Japan’s first multi-ending based on emotion analysis