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Nishikiyama Park


The red leaves of the enkianthus azalea turn the mountain into a brocade, hence the name is "Nishiki". There are also many rare plants, and the Enkianthus perulatus and Nishiki Akamatsu, which grow wild only here, are also famous. The park has an observatory, a promenade, an open space, toilets, and more.

[Spot information]

Address: Daika, Hidaka Village

​ *The best time to see the azaleas is from mid-April to mid-May

*The best time to see the autumn leaves is from late October to mid-November

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