- blog.katakurinosato.com (Japanese)
It is a privately owned forest, and is open to the public only in spring, when the dogtooth violet blooms. The well-groomed violets gently color the early spring after winter ceases with a subtle glow. The rare yellow violet and the white violet can also be seen. It is a famous place, which a lot of people visit during flowering season, with a camera in one hand. It has been selected as one of the “100 best places for flowers in Kanagawa”.
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500 yen/person (free of charge for elementary school students and younger, disabled persons with a disability certificate, and up to one accompanying guest)
JR Yokohama Line・Sagamihara Line・Keio Line, Hashimoto Station