It's not just autumn leaves! Go to a scenic flower garden that can only be seen in autumn.

  • Cosmos field in Bihoku Hillside National Government Park
  • Hana no Eki Sera
  • Dahlia field at Sera Kogen Farm
  • Cosmos field on the hill of Kayama Lavender (Photo courtesy of Sera-cho Tourism Association)
  • Hana no Eki Sera Cosmos Field (Photo courtesy: General Incorporated Association Sera-cho Tourism Association)
  • National Bihoku Hillside Park
  • Cosmos field in Bihoku Hillside National Government Park
  • Cosmos field in Bihoku Hillside National Government Park
  • Hana no Eki Sera
  • Dahlia field at Sera Kogen Farm
  • Cosmos field on the hill of Kayama Lavender (Photo courtesy of Sera-cho Tourism Association)
  • Hana no Eki Sera Cosmos Field (Photo courtesy: General Incorporated Association Sera-cho Tourism Association)
  • National Bihoku Hillside Park
  • Cosmos field in Bihoku Hillside National Government Park

There are many flower gardens that you can’t miss this time of year, including cosmos that make you feel the arrival of autumn, gorgeous dahlias, salvia, cockscomb, and autumn lilies.

Dahlia <Sera Kogen Farm>

(Photo courtesy of: General Incorporated Association Sera-cho Tourism Association)
Flower painting of dahlias (Photo courtesy of Sera-cho Tourism Association)
(Photo courtesy of: General Incorporated Association Sera-cho Tourism Association)

Enjoy plenty of dahlias, which are said to be the art of flowers

Sera Kogen Farm in autumn, where 7,500 dahlias of 550 varieties, are the largest in western Japan. The magnificence of the super giant wheel, which has a diameter of 30 centimeters, is unparalleled, and it is a flower garden that is impressive even if you carefully appreciate it one by one. A dahlia festival is held from mid-September to late October, which is the best time to see them, and flower paintings of dahlias are also exhibited during the 3rd consecutive holiday in October. Please enjoy the abundance of flowers that bloom sharply and vividly every time autumn deepens.

Autumn Harvest Festival Daikon Festival

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Autumn Harvest Festival
Daikon Festival ~ Hot oden for a whopping 1000 people! ~

At Sera Kogen Farm, an autumn harvest festival daikon festival is held on Saturdays and Sundays (only for 2 days) in late October or early November, and you can pull large daikon radish out of the field for 100 yen per bottle and take it home. In addition to hot oden served for free, mochitsuki and new rice balls are sold, and tasting of pickles using daikon radish are also sold. Don’t forget your boots and gloves as you enter the field.

(Photo courtesy of: General Incorporated Association Sera-cho Tourism Association)

Cosmos <National Bihoku Hillside Park>

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A superb view of autumn that heals your heart

There are 1.9 million cosmos fields spreading all over the country’s four largest varieties. The sight from the Hana Observatory is a must-see! You will be healed by the sight of a group of cute pink and white cosmos swaying in the autumn breeze.

Cosmos <Kayama Lavender Hill >

(Photo courtesy of: General Incorporated Association Sera-cho Tourism Association)
(Photo courtesy of: General Incorporated Association Sera-cho Tourism Association)

Enjoy autumn in the cosmos fields of the highlands

About 5 million cosmos such as white, yellow, pink, and red fill the entire hill. The cosmos field that spreads to the full field of view shines in the autumn sky, and it is truly a superb view. The Cosmos Festa is held from mid-September to late October.

(Photo courtesy of: General Incorporated Association Sera-cho Tourism Association)

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