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Komado Wetland
This is a high layer marsh designated as National Monument.

The marsh was designated as a national treasure in December 1970. Many kinds of alpine flora grow wild in this high moor. Around the marsh there is a complete boardwalk for a two hour round the marsh hike. In late April, the season starts with white arum, then veratrum stamineum, cotton grass, Nikko hemerocallis, alpine rose and more, and ends in autumn. All flowers and plants fascinate the hearts of those who visit the marsh.

Day lily

Moliniopsis japonica

Basic information

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TEL : (81)- 241-62-6200
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Opening day of the mountain: Early May
Trekking period: Between late May and late November

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