Kinchakuda Cluster Amaryllis(曼珠沙華/彼岸花) Fields+Koma Jinjya Sharine(Saitama)

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At Kinchakuda(Hidaka-shi,Saitama), Cluster Amaryllis(曼珠沙華/彼岸花) are blooming like a red carpet in Mid September.
Let’s go to another world where you can go from Tokyo Ikebukuro Station in less than an hour.




1.Approximately 5 million pieces of Cluster Amaryllis! It’s as if a red carpet

2.You can enjoy Local Food

3.You can also see Cosmos in the Kinchakuda Field

4.Access to Kinchakuda Field

5.”Koma Jinjya Shrine” which worshiped the leaders of the Korai people who came from the Korean Peninsula


1.Approximately 5 million pieces of Cluster Amaryllis! It’s as if a red carpet

Approximately 5 million pieces of Cluster Amaryllis! It's as if a red carpet(Saitama)
The best time to see the Cluster Amaryllis, the weather is good.
Visitors took pictures and stroll while talking.
It seems that they were enjoying.

Approximately 5 million pieces of Cluster Amaryllis! It's as if a red carpet(Saitama)
Not only “flower” but also “stem” is beautiful.

Approximately 5 million pieces of Cluster Amaryllis! It's as if a red carpet(Saitama)
There is not only red but also white as well.

Approximately 5 million pieces of Cluster Amaryllis! It's as if a red carpet(Saitama)
Please do not miss the “red carpet” limited in the middle of September – late.

2.You can enjoy Local Food

Approximately 5 million pieces of Cluster Amaryllis! It's as if a red carpet(Saitama)
During the blooming season of the Cluster Amaryllis, the “Festival” is being held.
You can get local specialty foods and souvenirs.
I ate the special product of Hidaka “Koma Nabe”.

▼高麗鍋.com(Koma Nabe)
http://komanabe.com/

3.You can also see Cosmos in the Kinchakuda Field

You can also see Cosmos in the Kinchakuda.
Although it may be lacking in glossiness like Cluster Amaryllis,”Cosmos” is blooming in Kinchakuda field.

You can also see Cosmos in the Kinchakuda.
Cosmos is being tossed by the wind…

You can also see Cosmos in the Kinchakuda.
As long as life, it was in full bloom.

4.Access to Kinchakuda Field

· Seibu Ikebukuro Line Get off at Koma(高麗) station 15 minutes on foot
· JR Kawagoe Line · Hachikou Line Get off at Komagawa(高麗川) Station 40 minutes on foot

▼日高市・曼珠沙華の里「巾着田」公式ホームページ
http://www.kinchakuda.com/index.htm

5.Built as a temple of the Korai people who moved to Japan “Senten-in”

Built as a temple of the Korai people who moved to Japan
The pillar standing in front of the temple is called “shogun-hyou”, and it is a boundary mark for amulets found in villages in North Korea and South Korea.

Built as a temple of the Korai people who moved to Japan
It is said that it was completed after spending six years, and it is a heavy mountain gate with total roof construction of tile roofing.

Built as a temple of the Korai people who moved to Japan
Mr. Fujin (photo above), Mr. Thunder who defend the gate were superb.

5.”Koma Jinjya Shrine” which worshiped the leaders of the Korai people who came from the Korean Peninsula


In 716, Komanokoshiki jyakkou(高麗王若光) was appointed chief of Koma-gun newly established in Musashi country.
He conveyed the continental culture to here where he was an undiscovered wilderness.
It seems that he got together with 1799 people of Goryeo (Goguryeo) who moved from various parts.

After his death, the korai-people remembered his virtues.
It is said that the Koma Shrine was established.


There was Shougun hyou with a humorous face.


The precincts are no different from general shrines.


I thought of the Korai-people who buried the bones in a foreign land.


The cat was sleeping in front of the image character of Koma Jinjya Shrine.

6.【Map】Let’s visit with Kinchakuda Field! Autumn walk course

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