Oriental Paperbush and Fringed Iris Forest
In Oitomi, a village at the source of a river, from late March to mid-April, dainty yellow mitsumata (Oriental paperbushes) fill the undergrowth of cedar forests, making a truly splendid sight. After the mitsumata season is over, enchanting white fringed Japanese irises stretch as far as the eye can see from late April to mid-May.
|Name||Oriental Paperbush and Fringed Iris Forest|
|Access||(Car) Get on Kyoto Prefectural Route 1 at the Yamaga intersection on National Route 27, go straight to the Fukui Prefecture boundary|
|TEL||0773-42-9550（Ayabe City Tourism Association）|
|Remark||The timing of flowers’ blooming varies depending on the temperature.|