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In mid-April, about 400 azaleas of 6 types that grow on the hills of Tenpaku Park bloom bright pink flowers.
During the festival, teahouses, local agricultural products, azalea seedlings, etc. are sold and crowded.
In addition, in the park, the wooden bridge suspension bridge “Momosuke Bridge” (nationally designated important cultural property) built by Momosuke Fukuzawa, who was called the power king, for hydroelectric power generation and the “Fukuzawa Momosuke Memorial Hall / Mountain History Museum” There are also industrial heritage sites that can be visited.
Please come and take a photo (it will not be lit up).
About a 10-minute walk north from the azalea garden, there is a “rape field of rape blossoms in Kawamukai” in Yamate in the Kawamukai district.
It will be in full bloom in mid-April, so this is also recommended.