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小室山公園のツツジ Ⅱ (静岡県伊東市)
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Komuroyama Park ( Ito-City HP ) http://translate.city.ito.shizuoka.jp/LUCITOCITY/ns/tl.cgi/http%3a//www.city.ito.shizuoka.jp/kankou/html/kankou_spot/hpg000003271.html?SLANG=ja&TLANG=en&XMODE=0&XPARAM=q,&XCHARSET=shift_jis&XPORG=,

The azalea garden where 100,000 azaleas are planted by about 35,000 square meters is spread in the west side base, and I begin to bloom from time at the end of April, and it's possible to enjoy itself until the beginning of May.

小室山公園のツツジ (静岡県伊東市)

伊東市の小室山公園は、4月下旬から5月上旬にかけて、35,000平方メートルの広大な園内に40種類約10万本のつつじが赤いじゅうたんを敷いたように咲き乱れます。

伊東市HP  http://www.city.ito.shizuoka.jp/kankou/html/event/hpg000002149.html

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Uploaded: 29/04/2013
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