A park with 5 million manjushage flowers in bloom
The Koma River is a clear stream that flows through the western part of Hidaka City, Saitama Prefecture. Surrounded by this river, the flatland that has been shaped like a skirt over a long period of time is called "kinchakuda".
You can see many flowers such as rape blossoms in spring, hydrangeas in summer, and cosmos in autumn.
The most famous of them is Manjushage, which blooms in autumn, and when 5 million Manjushage trees are in full bloom, the whole site becomes like a bright red carpet. There are many places in Japan where these flowers bloom, but it is rare to see them in a wooded area like Kinchakuda, and the fantastic atmosphere attracts many tourists every year.
You can also enjoy hiking, playing in the river, barbecues, etc. The Aiaibashi Bridge in the lower reaches of the Kora River offers a magnificent view.You can see the shape of the pouch from nearby Mount Hiwadayama, which is where the name comes from, so it's a good idea to go there.
A fantastic carpet of 5 million manjushage trees can be seen.
A festival is held every year to coincide with the blooming season of Manjushage.
You can enjoy many flowers in each season.
Visitors can enjoy activities such as barbecues and river activities.
Please note that barbecues are not allowed during the blooming period of Manjushage.
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 125-2 Komahongo, Hidaka City, Saitama
- New Year’s holiday period.
- Entrance fee
*Entrance fee of 300 yen applies to adults only during the blooming period of Manjushage (free of charge for junior high school students and younger).
*Groups of 20 people or more receive a 20% discount on the total amount.
*Regardless of the above period, the parking fee is 500 yen for standard passenger cars.
(1) Approximately 15 minutes walk from Koma Station on the Seibu Ikebukuro Line.
(2) Approximately 20 minutes from the Sayama-Hitaka Interchange on the Ken-O Expressway
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