Turn Japan’s best secret spots into dream destinations
Hot springs, mysterious, etc.
Kyoto, Mt. Fuji, etc.
April, July, etc.
Search using current location
*For use while in Japan.*Search by Current Location can only be used when location-based services are turned on.
©AFLO, Hideaki Tanaka
“Kamu No Sato Rokutan”, which is called Shibazakura of Dreams (moss phlox, a kind of flower) is a 50,000 sq. meter hill with four shades of 800,000 Shibazakura (moss phlox) flowers. The name “Rokutan” comes from Rokutanda Farm, which owns and operates the flower field.
3-3 Kamizuta, Sera-cho, Sera, Hiroshima
Adult (including junior high school students) 800Children 350
Open for operation only between mid-April and early May each year. * may vary depending on the blooming of creeping phlox. Opening hours: 9:00-17:00
Open throughout the operating season.
The field of rape flowers which spreads to a 30,000 sq. m-site adjacent to the park is also worth your visit. Locally grown and harvested produce are sold at the facility throughout the operating season, and on Sundays and national holidays, there are pony ride for kids, and rice puff demonstration which you can purchase to try out this freshly puffed delicious snack.
Open larger map