Plateau Spots in Aichi Area

  • Chausuyama Highland
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Pref. Kitashitaraguntoyonemura Sakauba 70-185
    This field of flowers is located near the summit of Mt. Hagitaroyama, in Sakauba, ToyoneVillage, Kitashitara County. At an altitude of 1,358 meters, there are seven kinds of approximately 400,000 Moss phlox flowers, which cover a vast area of 22,000 square meters. The Shibazakura Festival is held here from mid-May to early June.
  • Imo Bog
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Pref. Toyohashishi Iwasakichou
    A bog located close to an urban area, Imo Bog’s origins are unique and unlike any other bog found around the world. The wetlands are created from spring water flowing from the Yumihari Mountains. This is a unique feature of the Tokai region; Imo Bog is also large, making it an academically intriguing area as well. The constant flow of water into the bog enables rare plants to flourish here, in turn giving visitors a chance to enjoy them. Distinctively, northern and southern plants both grow here. You can see species endemic to the region such as “Mikawa baikeiso” (Veratrum stamineum var. micranthum).
  • Chausuyama Takanbaru Shiba Sakura no Oka
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Kita-shitara-gun Toyonemura Sakauba Goshodaira 70-185
  • TanayamaKogen
    Travel / Tourism
    Aichi Shinshiro-shi

Aichi Areas

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Aichi is a prefecture of great natural beauty with Nagoya city at its heart, a busy hub home to a labyrinth of underground shops and the 17th-century Nagoya Castle. Castles are easy to find in this history-rich prefecture, but the highlight for history buffs has to be the Museum Meiji-mura, where preserved buildings from the turn of the 20th century are displayed in all their grandeur in an outdoor museum.

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