[Yokosuka City] The 7th Kitashitaura Narcissus Road Walk

[Yokosuka City] The 7th Kitashitaura Narcissus Road Walk

“Daffodil Road Walk” walking along the Nobi Coast while enjoying the narcissus, which is at its best. Participants can freely walk about 8 km from Keikyu Kurihama Station to Keikyu YRP Nobi Station.
The course has a park commemorating the landing of Perry in 18553, and two million narcissus plants are planted on both sides of the road, about two kilometers along the coast in the late stages. From 7th to 13th, “Daffodil Festival” will be held near YRP Nobi Station.

[Yokosuka City] The 7th Kitashitaura Narcissus Road Walk

January 13, 2020 (Monday / Holiday)
9: 30-10: 30 Light rain


Keikyu Kurihama Station (meeting place)
〒239-0831 4-4-10 Kurihama, Yokosuka

HP https://www.cocoyoko.net/event/kitashita-sakura.html

100 yen (Free for junior high school students and below)

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