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The site is full of beautiful scenery that reminds you Spring time has arrived♪ "Michi no Eki Harazuru Farm Station Basaro"

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A magical carpet of beautiful yellow flowers!

"Michi no Eki Harazuru Farm Station Basaro" (Asakura City, Fukuoka Prefecture) is famous for its canola flowers, which bloom from February to March every year! The site is full of beautiful scenery that reminds you Spring time has arrived♪ It is located at the entrance to Harazuru Onsen, one of the most famous hot springs in Fukuoka Prefecture. The 1.6ha field is well known for its abundance of gorgeous canola and sunflowers. You'll find them just across the street from National Road 386 and the Michi no Eki building. Approximately 600,000 canola flowers come into full bloom at this time of the year, transforming the colorless Winter surroundings into a bright Spring landscape. The "Nanohana (canola flowers) Matsuri" takes place inside the grounds every February. The festival features various activities, such as flower picking and canola flower soup sampling. The best time to see canola flowers is from February to the end of March. Why not stop-by and check-out this gorgeous scenery while you still can! (Editorial Dept.: Nika)

Michi no Eki Harazuru Farm Station Basaro

- Address: 1665-1 Hakikugumiya, Asakura-shi, Fukuoka-ken, JAPAN
- Official Website: http://fs-basaro.jp/
- Facebook: @harazurubasaro
- Instagram: @michinoeki_harazuru

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