Hayasaka plateau

Morioka City

Central Iwate

The grassland, which stretches over 1 km from east to west, is surrounded by forests of white birch and larch. In spring, buttercups, azaleas, and azaleas are in full bloom.
Part of the grassland where Mt. Iwate and Mt. Himekami overlap is used as a pasture, where Japanese Shorthorn beef cattle, affectionately known as ``Akabeko'', are grazed.

Rengetsu azalea flowering period/mid-June to late June

Yabukawa, Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture 028-2711
Morioka City Tamayama General Office (Industrial Promotion Division)
Phone number 019-683-3852
FAX number 019-683-1130
[Spring] Katakuri late April to mid-May
[Summer] Azalea mid-June to late June

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