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Kinchakuda's Best Season

Fall views of the purse shaped field

Kinchakuda made it to the list circulating on the internet called "30 reasons to go to Japan" (which could also be retitled 30 of the most beautiful places in Japan). And rightly so. It is the biggest place where the red lycoris flowers (or spider lily) is grown. Also called manjushage and higanbana, the carpet of deep and vibrant red flowers is a breathtaking sight and tourists flock here by the thousands everyday during its peak blooming time (mid-September). Catch other lovely fall views of the field as rice is harvested and the cosmos flowers start to bloom.

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