Kinchakuda Manjushage ( red spider lilies)Festival!!
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Kinchakuda is the largest cluster of manjushage flowers in Japan, located in Hidaka City, Saitama Prefecture, next to Tokyo.
About 5 million manjushage bloom bright red flowers along the meandering basin of the Koma River.
This year, the festival period runs until Sunday, October 1, and there are many food stalls.
You can walk down to the riverbank of the Koma River, and it is very pleasant to stroll around the area.
Full bloom until next week
This year’s Manjushage Festival will end on October 1, but as of today (September 28), the flowers are still in 80 %bloom.
So you will be able to enjoy them next week as well!
It is a bit far from Tokyo, but why don’t you give it a try?
The surrounding area is a nice, quiet local area.
You can find an another beauty of Japan here!
I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together!!!
Kinchakuda Manjushage festival