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Mossphlox (Toyone, Aichi Pref.)

2013/08/12


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 Place/Calendar 

<Place>
・Chausuyama Kogen
 Toyone-mura, Kitashitara-gun

<Calendar>
・Mid May - Early June



 Overview 

At the foot of Mt. Chausu (the highest mountain in Aichi pref., 1,415m) will be covered with the carpet of white, pink, purple mossphlox.
The place is called as "the garden in the sky".
 
400 thousands flowers will be in full bloom in 2 hectares garden.
View along the promenade and from the viewing point of the hill is beautiful. Magnificent contrast between mossphlox and mountains can be seen.

※1 hectare=10,000㎡(100m×100m)
 



 History 

Planting mossphlox started in 2007 and the garden was opened to the public in 2012.



 Highlight 

Riding on the sightseeing lift at Chausuyama Kogen Skiing resort is recommended (\300: One way, \500: Round trip).
From the viewing point at the top of Mt Hagitaro (1,358m), beautiful panoramic view can be seen. Especially, on sunny days, Hamamatsu and Nagoya cities can be seen beyond mossphlox.

Since there are many attracitons such as farm, hiking course to the top of Mt. Chausu, it sounds fun to spend a day while seeing the flowers and do some activities here.
 



 Access/Fees/Opening hours/Contact etc. 

<Access>
①By train
 From "Toei Sta." of JR, 1hour by car.

②By car
 From Nagoya Seto Highway, "Nagakute Exit", 70km.

<Fees>
 Free of charge

<Opening hours>
 7:30 - 18:00,  No closing day. 

<Contact>
 0536-87-2345

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