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Cosmos and Kochia in Hitachi Seaside Park
Japan

The hill is named as "Miharashi no Oka", which means "Fine view hill".  In Spring the hill was covered with four millions of Nemophila flowers, but in this season, we can enjoy cosmos flowere and Red leaves of Kochia Scoparia. 

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