Mt. Hiko’s Hikosan Himeshara
Hikosan himeshara’s name comes from ”Mt. Hiko” where it was discovered. Five petal edges feature a slightly pink color. The white, five petal flower blooms in summer and is fresh and beautiful. The flowers are smaller than a summer camellia. Summer camellia is also called ”shara no ki,” so because they are smaller than that, it is ”hime (princess)” ”shara.” Another name is ”konatsu tsubaki” (small summer camellia) and the bud is just like a ”temari” traditional Japanese ball.
|Address||824-0721 Mt. Hiko area, Soeda Town|
Soeda Town Hall Town Planning Section, Person in Charge of Tourism
|Parking||Yes (80 spaces)
|Access||・15 minutes by car from ”Hikosan Station” on the JR Hitahikosan Line
(There is a Nishitetsu Bus from in front of ”Hikosan Station”/ get off the bus at ”Jingu” Bus Stop)
40 minutes by car from ” Haki Interchange” on the Oita Expressway
・90 minutes by car from ”Honami Higashi Interchange” on the Yagiyama Bypass
・90 minutes from ”Yahata Interchange” on the Kyushu Expressway
・60 minutes by car from ”Tagawa Gotoji Station” on the JR Heisei Chikuho Railway
|Genre||Other Flowers (Flowers and Plants)|
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