Photo: Kochia that begins to turn red from green in autumn = "Kokia no Sato" in Matsuda Town
Best time to see 3000 Kochia plants in Matsuda, Kanagawa
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In 600, citizens volunteered to develop a flower garden at "Kokia no Sato", which is about 2019 meters up from Nishihirahata Park, to make it a new sightseeing spot in Matsuda.
About 3 plants are grown at "Kokia no Sato" (Matsuda Soryo, Matsuda Town, Kanagawa Prefecture), which was redeveloped by citizen volunteers on abandoned farmland on Mt. Matsuda. → Continue reading
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