Hanasaku Satoyama in Daiyu-cho

Sightseeing information about Hanasaku Satoyama in Daiyu-cho in Japan.


Hanasaku Satoyama in Daiyu-cho (Agritourism)

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Daiyu-cho ia a rulal town located at the foot of the Daiyuzan Saijoji mountain-top temple in Kanagawa Prefecture.
Its Hanasaku Satoyama area (an undeveloped woodland area near a village with flowers and blossoms) remains unchangend more than six centuries and you can try agricultural experinces there in the traditional Japanese village.
You can cook your harvested vegetables on request.

Travel by train/bus:
5 min by bus from Daiyuzan Station
Travel by car 20 min from Oi Matsuda IC

Purposeexperience,nature,Seasonal Flowers
Airport/Sta.Daiyuuzan Sta. (about 1.8km) Google Transit

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3.011 months ago

You can enjoy cherry blossoms in spring and chrysanthemums in autumn.
It is a peaceful and wonderful satoyama.

4.06 months ago

You will be healed by the peaceful scenery.

4.0a year ago

Turn right at Niomon on the way to Saijo-ji Temple, then turn left immediately and run a little. Here, “Hanasaku Satoyama” is “Zaru Chrysanthemum” in autumn, but in spring, it is called “Daio Kozakura”. There are quite a few, and when you enter Satoyama, the cherry blossoms pink! The flower is a small flower and a deep pink color. This year there is no liveliness due to global circumstances, but the flowers were gorgeously colored around the area. There is also free parking.

3.07 months ago

You can relax.

5.02 years ago

It is located off the side of the road to Daiyuzan Saijoji Temple. As the name suggests, you can see the idyllic satoyama scenery. The pink flower in the photo is called "Daiozan Benizakura", which is unique to this place. It's a good place to relax with your lunch. Next time I want to go to the weeping cherry blossom season.
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Continuing from last month, I went to see weeping cherry blossoms. The flowering was early and the full bloom had passed, but the flower peaches were in full bloom. There is a bamboo grove in the mountain on the side, and I was forced to dig a bamboo shoot. Also, I happened to have an alumni association for the owner of the land when I was in elementary school, and I was treated to miso soup with wild boar. Thank you for everything. By the way, the bamboo shoots were delicious the next day after removing the lye overnight. It was a time when I was able to interact with a kind personality.
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I visited three times. It was the season for monkey chrysanthemums, but this time too it was a little late and it was a disappointing result. By the way, we cultivated "space potatoes" and sold them. I haven't eaten it yet, but it seems to be like a hard long potato (By the way, it grows in the air (see photo). I received a lot of persimmons this time as well. Also, "Akebi" was a treat and it was very difficult. It was delicious. Thank you for your cooperation.

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