Can you see the March like expulsion of Kansai Sakura? ?? !! Yellow canola flower! 2021/03/13
Speaking of spring and March, cherry blossoms will come to mind, but this article will introduce the rape blossoms in Kansai!
Awaji City, Hyogo Prefecture
Hyogo Prefectural Park Awaji Hanasajiki
Located on the top of a small hill in the northern part of Awaji Island, there is a flower field of about 15 hectares overlooking the Akashi Strait. From the beginning of March, the rape blossoms are in full bloom, and the contrast between the yellow on one side and the blue on the sea is very good, and the color contrast with the purple flower of the same cruciferous family is very good!
Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture
Kobe Sports Park
There are sports facilities such as professional baseball and international games. It covers an area of about 4,000 square meters. In addition to autumn cosmos, about 50,000 rapeseed flowers bloom in March. You can enjoy the magnificent view of Akashi Strait from the top of the mountain.
Fujiwara Palace Ruins, Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture
This is the first ancient city in Japan. The Fujiwara Palace in the center is now planted with seasonal flowers such as cosmos. Rape blossoms are in full bloom in early spring. The best time is early April. You can also see cherry blossoms together.
【Takatsuki City】Yodogawa River Park
There are countless riverside parks along the “Yodo River” from Kyoto to Osaka. In a corner of the “Mishima area”, “rape flowers” are laid out like yellow carpets. More than three million of them! Rape flowers are also blooming in other areas of Yodo river!
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