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A trip to higashimokoto pink moss phloxes is a must if you are here around end May.
The hills are awash in shades of pink, fuschia , lilac and white.
A sight to behold.
Plan to spend a few hours walking through the trails to...More
Mid-end may is the best time to soak in the sights of the beautiful shibazakura flowers. Coming from takinoue park, we initially wanted to skip this place as we thought it couldnt get better. We were so wrong. Higashimokoto was massive and absolutely stunning! Unlike...More
We went there in mid May and it was the perfect season for it. The thunderstorm had just cleared and it turned sunny so we were real lucky! If you like this kind of neverending purple slopes, go for it! It's quite phenomenal indeed. We...More
Wasted trip - the pink moss are all there but wet and flat...because of the rain , the park is free for all. Nevertheless we got some photos of the park..so remember check the weather before making the trip and also the season May to...More
We visited on 18th of May, it was a sunny hot day therefore we applied many sunblock. Parking near to the park was full, we have to park a little far to the opposite, it was free.
Only one restaurant, it was selling ramen, BBQ...More
We visited on May 21 and the pink moss was at its peak. So happy that we managed to see it this time. Truly an amazing sight of this tiny pink, white or purple flower covering the whole hillside. We started the visit with the...More
We visited the park on 24 May after landing at Memanbetsu airport - the park was only 30 minutes away. As full bloom happened on the 20 May this year, the park was at its splendid best. Due to its sheer scale and the fact...More