Kinchakuda: A place with 5 million red spider lilies
The Kinchakuda Red Spider Lily Park in Saitama’s Hidaka city has over 5 million red spider lilies growing wild, making it the largest of it’s kind in Japan.
Every year, from the middle of September to the beginning of October, many people come to see the blooming of the red spider lilies.
During the peak time of these flowers, the bottom of the grove is covered in a red carpet and creates a mysterious scene for visitors to enjoy.
Kinchakuda is about 80 minutes from Ikebukuro Station.
Admission Fee ¥300 (during the flowering period of the red spider lily)
Closed New Year’s Holiday (12/29 – 1/3)
Best time Mid September-Early October
15 minutes on foot from Koma Station on the Seibu Ikebukuro Line
45 minutes on foot from Komagawa Station on the JR Kawagoe Line or JR Hachiko Line
30 minutes from Tsurugashima IC on the Kan-Etsu Expressway
25 minutes from Sayama Hidaka IC on the Ken-O Expressway
Offical site http://www.kinchakuda.com