This is one of the few surviving native gardens in Hokkaido. Most of the remaining native gardens have been completely destroyed by Ezo deer. There is an observatory on the upper level, with a very good view, and you can overlook the coastline.
Koshimizu Native Garden is a part of Abashiri National Park and is located in a grassy area on the sand dunes of Koshimizu Town, Shari-gun, Hokkaido. Native gardens refer to wetlands and grasslands covered with brightly colored flowers without artificial and natural conditions.
Due to its unique vegetation characteristics, it is also called a natural flowerbed. The garden is a long and slender area between the Sea of Okhotsk and Lake Taofei. Wild birds often fly over Lake Taofei.
There are 40 kinds of wild flowers blooming here. June to August is a particularly beautiful season. When roses, ezo lilies, and ezo apples bloom, the pink, red, and white colors reflect each other, and the ordinary grassland is very beautiful. Gorgeous.
I haven't seen the legendary Rose Flower, but you can watch and walk slowly along its trail, which still has a special flavor. Even the small flowers are beautiful, and you can breathe fresh air and the breath of nature.
Although it is a native garden, it is actually artificially made flowers and plants, and you can see a green area from a distance. Of course, the most interesting thing is that it is by the sea, so the landscape is particularly great. The air is also very fresh.
At JR stations, you can basically know the special products of the surrounding area, and each JR station will display the characteristics. In the bathroom, I saw a small room specially designed for mothers with boys. There are also big-name Hokkaido souvenirs and souvenirs at the same price.
Preston_Dominguez: 217 Hamakoshimizu, Koshimizu-chō, Shari-gun, Hokkaidō 099-3452
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Koshimizu Genseikaen,Genseikaen Station