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5 Best Options for Flower Delivery in Japan

October 15, 2018
5 Best Options for Flower Delivery in Japan

The art of flower arrangements is a long-held tradition in Japan. Known as Ikebana or Kadō, florists in Japan has passed on this skill since the 7th century. With the enthusiasm of flower-loving residents and tourists, several new and innovative online florists and flower delivery in Japan have also entered the scene, upholding tradition while also introducing modern elements to their designs. So, whether you are in Osaka, Tokyo or Nagoya, here are our selection of the best options for flower delivery in Japan.

1.     Nicolai Bergmann

Best Options for Flower Delivery Japan | Nicolai Bergmann

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BEST FOR Stylish flower boxes
SELECTION SIZE Medium
PRICE RANGE ¥3,780 – ¥27,000
DELIVERY FEE Calculated at checkout
WEBSITE www.nicolaibergmann.com
INSTAGRAM @nicolaibergmann
CONTACT 03.5755.3900 / +81.3.5755.3900 (international) | customercare@nicolaibergmann.com
PAYMENT Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, JCB, Diners Club, convenience store payment

Nicolai Bergmann provides reliable flower delivery in Japan, particularly Tokyo, with bouquets and flower boxes delivered in their signature wrapping of paper and ribbon bearing the shop’s logo as well as the delivery box which protects the flowers from being damaged during transit.  The overall look of their floral products and designs is not overly feminine, in fact, they are gender neutral enough that you can send them to any type of recipient as well as for different occasions.

Apart from fresh flower arrangements, they also craft preserved flower boxes and bouquets as well as flower accessories in their online shop which are all available for flower delivery in Tokyo. Since they don’t offer same day delivery, better place your order at least 4 days in advance. You can also check out their flower boutiques all over Japan, including Fukuoka, Kobe, Osaka, Kyoto, Four Seasons Hotel Kyoto, Shangri-La Hotel, Marunouchi, Yurakucho, Shinjuku, Roppongi Hills and Minami-Aoyama.

2.     The Japan Florist

Best Options for Flower Delivery Japan | The Japan Florist

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BEST FOR Rose bouquets
SELECTION SIZE Large
PRICE RANGE ¥3,975 – ¥38,829
DELIVERY FEE From ¥1,128
WEBSITE www.thejapanflorist.com
INSTAGRAM  
CONTACT Contact Form
PAYMENT Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, Diner’s Club, Amex, JCB, Skrill, PayPal

The Japan Florist delivers to most areas in Japan, however some far-flung areas like Okinawa, Kyushu and Hokkaido would need a 2-day delivery time. The Japan Florist is basically your one-stop-shop flower and gift shop with bouquets for birthdays and anniversaries, corporate flowers and wedding gifts. You can also scroll through their extensive selection of rose bouquets which feature all colours and varieties. Then, at checkout, you can further add gifts to your purchase, including wine, balloon, vase, teddy bear and chocolates.

3.     Jardin du L’llony

Best Flower Delivery in Osaka | Jardin du Lllony

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BEST FOR Box arrangements
SELECTION SIZE Medium
PRICE RANGE ¥5,400—¥100,000
DELIVERY FEE Calculated upon checkout
WEBSITE www.illony.com
INSTAGRAM @jardinduillony
CONTACT 03 – 6427 – 4387
PAYMENT Visa, JCB, MasterCard, or American Express

With high-end clients like Cartier and Hermès under their belt, Jardin du L’llony has gained the respect and recognition from Japan’s flower industry with various magazine features. The creative florists from this Osaka flower delivery were largely self-taught and draw inspiration from the graceful and natural balance observable in nature. Their eye for harmonious design make them a favourite Japan florist for events, corporate functions, including planstcaping projects and interior design.

4.     U.Goto Florist

Best Flower Delivery in Nagoya | U.Goto Florist

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BEST FOR Vibrant, festive bouquets
SELECTION SIZE Large
PRICE RANGE From ¥4,320
DELIVERY FEE From ¥1,296 per arrangement
WEBSITE www.gotohanaten.com
INSTAGRAM  
CONTACT 03-3408-8211 | Contact Form
PAYMENT Visa, Mastercard, JCB, American Express

U.Goto Florist can be your go-to florist for everything from fresh and artificial flowers to vases, gardening tools and interior décor. You can consult them for interior decoration services, hotel banquets, restaurant events, wedding receptions, funerals and foliage maintenance. When company founder Umanosuke Goto opened shop in 1982, this Japan florist was named “Hanauma in Roppongi,” but it eventually became U.Goto Florist based on his name. Foreign customers looking to surprise loved ones in Japan can easily order from them since they have bilingual staff who can assist you in choosing the perfect flower arrangement. You can also easily navigate their user-friendly online shop to buy your bouquet. The expertise of each of their florists is listed on site, so you can choose an experienced florist to assist you with your bespoke needs.

5.     Aoyama Flower Market

Best Flower Delivery in Nagoya | Aoyama

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BEST FOR Affordable hand bouquets
SELECTION SIZE Medium
PRICE RANGE From ¥1,944
DELIVERY FEE From ¥896
WEBSITE www.aoyamaflowermarket.com
INSTAGRAM @aoyamaflowermarket
CONTACT 0120-876-687 | 0120-418-716
PAYMENT Visa, Mastercard, JCB, American Express

Aoyama is part of a group of companies operating floristry businesses in Japan, including Japan flower shops, flower school and café, as well as services like plantscaping and interior design. They have a few physical stores all over Japan where you can see their cute or petite bouquets and flower baskets on display which can be given as tokens or gifts for events and for loved ones on special occasions. Aoyama’s products are categorised into four: as gifts, for daily use, greens and house plants, and for birthdays.

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