Hitachi Seaside Park is a public park in Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan. It is a floral park that covers nine acres of flowers surrounded by nothing but their own species. A spectacular assortment split by colors that change its hues with each season. The park is particularly famous for its blue nemophilas, a species of flower with nearly translucent blue and white petals which, planted by the thousands in the fields at Hitachi, seem to form a reflection of the sky on earth. The nemophilas’s blooming season is known as “The Harmony of Nemophila” and it takes place in the spring, when the park receives more visitors.