Fuji Kachoen (Fujinomiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture): Japanese primroses are at their peak again this year.

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Fuji Kachoen (Fujinomiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture): Japanese primroses are at their peak again this year.
Popular photogenic area

[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/63502/103/resize/d63502-103-e1be5444d7e0861da7cd-0.jpg&s3=63502-103-619ff5af51588ecb2f50d34095b654ed-2048×1366.jpg] Japanese primrose at Fuji Kachoen
Japanese primrose is a perennial plant of the Primula family Primula genus native to Japan, and the scientific name is Primula japonica. It is said that the name was given because the shape of the flowers, which overlaps in several layers, resembles the nine wheels on the roof of a Buddhist temple.
There are also collaborations with birds and insects that sometimes appear in the primrose field, and the children’s photos are already wonderful. The best time to see them is from now until early June. It is also characterized by the fact that the color of the blooming flowers changes depending on the season. Please come to the photogenic area where the winners of the Fuji Kachoen Photo Contest are coming out.
[Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/63502/103/resize/d63502-103-b561d1b441f2aa8d1bb3-1.jpg&s3=63502-103-562087eb1f9fcc5aaf6cd899cd5d3d1f-1180×691.jpg] Fuji Kachoen Photo Contest 2015 Excellence Award Mr. Yusuke Suzuki “A Place Full of Smiles”
[Image 3: https://prtimes.jp/i/63502/103/resize/d63502-103-25a171ea3ae0784a701f-2.jpg&s3=63502-103-b86965066b1bdc4d3eca5bb263af3253-950×578.jpg] Fuji Kachoen Photo Contest 2017 Smile Prize Satoshi Takemi “Hello from Hanazono”
[Image 4: https://prtimes.jp/i/63502/103/resize/d63502-103-fc9c518e0962a3aabec1-4.jpg&s3=63502-103-12a7e2bf637d4ccb2b5f8bebcdf0b53f-950×633.jpg] Fuji Kachoen Photo Contest 2021 Flower Award Kinuko Inaba “Paradise” PS:
Chicks are born one after another in the garden.
[Image 5: https://prtimes.jp/i/63502/103/resize/d63502-103-a92e84df8ac6855b4d3f-5.jpg&s3=63502-103-a1ccbcdcb52ed0494b8d1fa68e0b068c-2048×1366.jpg] European flamingo chick
Fuji Kachoen is looking for supporters through the continuous support crowdfunding “A space that warms the hearts and bodies of birds, flowers, and customers | Seeking supporters!”
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https://fujiherbs.base.shop/ 〒418-0101 480-1 Nehara, Fujinomiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/egf1QHS6ckxUoMFc9 Phone number: 0544-52-0880 Inquiries: Please contact us by phone or via the inquiry page on our website. Business hours: [Summer] April 1st to November 30th 9:00-17:00 Admission deadline 16 :30 Entrance fee: Adults (junior high school students and above) 1,400 yen (1,100 yen for those with a disability certificate) Elementary school students 700 yen (550 yen for those with a disability certificate) Infants (preschoolers) free Seniors (65 years old) Above) 1,400 yen Parking lot: 185 standard-sized vehicles, 12 large vehicles (buses) Free parking Pets: Pets are not allowed in the park, but you can leave them in cages at the reception (free of charge). In addition, we have 3 cages for small dogs (free of charge). Access: About 45 minutes from the Tomei Fuji Interchange from the Fuji direction About 45 minutes from the Shin-Tomei Shin-Fuji Interchange. About 40 minutes from the Chuo Expressway Kawaguchiko IC from the direction of Fuji Five Lakes Details about this release:


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