The Gardening World Cup is held each year in Huis Ten Bosch in Sasebo, Nagasaki, Japan. In 2014, there are eight main show gardens by many internationally acclaimed designers, 3 themed gardens and also environmental and floral installations. Flower arranging demonstrations and contests are held throughout the Gardening World Cup month.

Eight main show gardens (10m x 10m)

Paul Hervey-Brookes (UK)

Arnaud Maurières and Eric Ossart (Morocco)

Philippe Niez (France)

Stefano Passerotti (Italy)

Chang Huai Yan (Singapore)

Alex Bartlett and Robert Boltman (Canada)

Inohana Kazuho (Japan)

East Takumi (Japan).


Three artistic themed gardens (10m x 10m)

Leon Kluge (South Africa)

Ishihara Kazuyuki (Japan)

Nico Wissing (The Netherlands)


Environmental/Floral installations

Leon Kluge (South Africa)

Koga Katsuhiko (Japan)

Tean SAGA (Japan)

Inoue Masaharu (Japan)


There are garden tours by

1. The garden designers October 4-6, 2014

2. Huis Ten Bosch staff from October 7 to November 4, 2014

And special night concerts each night during the World Cup month October 4 to November 4, 2014.


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Adults (junior high school or more): 3,900 yen
World Flower Garden Show 2014 main venue (Palace Huis Ten Bosch) admission fee + Huis Ten Bosch Park entrance fee + the 1st bus ticket