May 01, 2012
As the frozen ground thaws, Niseko bursts with spring color of varieties of wild plants such as Dogtooth violets, white arum, and amur adonis. You can see colonies of Ezoengosaku (corydalis ambigua) and Katakuri (Dogtooth violet) in Sakuragaoka Park in front of the Niseko Station, which is also great locations for bird watching.
Please rush to Niseko during the holiday weeks and don’t miss this moment of spring color!
No more words.Here you are!
Photo by KEI from Niseko HANAZONO Hill Climb Jikkoiinkai Jimukyoku.