Mt. Komuro

At Komuroyama Park, you can enjoy different seasonal flowers throughout the year.
The Azalea Garden, which has 40 azalea species and 100,000 azalea trees, is a must-see.
In April, the whole park will look as if it was covered with red carpet, a truly breathtaking scenery.
The "azalea tunnel" which has azalea trees taller than the average adult lined on each side is a popular photo spot! The Azalea Festival held every year is a large-scale event that attracts many tourists from all corners of Japan.
At the Camellia Gardens, which cultivates 1,000 camellia species and 4,000 camellia trees, you can appreciate many rare species of flowers. From February to March, they have a "Camellia Appreciation Festival" which showcases single-flower vases and flower arrangements.
There is an observation platform and deck at the peak of Mt. Komuro, from which you can enjoy the clear and grandiose 360-degree panoramic views of Mt. Fuji to the north, the white sails in the Sagami Bay to the east, the Boso Peninsula and Izu Islands to the South, and the Amagi Mountain Ranges to the west.
A refreshing tourist lift will bring you up to the peak which is 321m above sea level, and it is operated at a slow speed to allow you to enjoy the surrounding scenery, so the elderly and those with pets can ride on it without worry.
Additionally, the "Dinosaurs Plaza" near the peak has a total of 13 dinosaur monuments as well as large playground equipment which children would go wild playing with and taking funny photos with.