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Kinchakuda Park is famous for its red spider lilies, which bloom in autumn and cover the area with a crimson-red carpet. If you watch from the nearby Hiwadayama Mountain, the area will resemble a pouch, earning it the name ”Kinchakuda” (Japanese: pouch field).
125-2 Komahongo, Hidaka, Saitama
Visitors can see a variety of flowers depending on the season. From September to October the "red spider lily" blooms.
-Get off at Koma Station on the Seibu Ikebukuro Line and walk for about 15 mins-Get off at Komagawa Station on the JR Kawagoe-Hachiko Line and walk for about 15 mins
-Take the Kokusai Kogyo Bus from JR Komagawa Station bound for Hanno Station through Koma Station, get off at Kinchakuda and walk for about 3 minutes-From the Seibu-Ikebukuro Line at Hanno Station, take the Kokusai Kogyo Bus bound for Komagawa Station/Saitama Medical University Center, get off at Kinchakuda and walk for about 3 minutes
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