Kitsunenokamisori or Orange Spider Lily growing in clusters on the northern slope of Municipal Cemetery Park is a member of the Amaryllidaceous family.
Orange flowers are in a full bloom under the summer sun.
Best time to visit
Early August to mid-August
* The best time to visit is only a guideline. As it is a natural plant, we cannot provide exact information about the specific blooming day and time. Please note this in advance. For the current bloom condition, please check below.
Viewing gathering hosted by Niiza kitsunenokamisori (Orange Spider Lily) Preservation Society
Date and time: Sunday, August 18 from 11 AM to 3 PM *Rain-or-shine event
Venue: Ichibazaka Kitsunenokamisori-no-Sato in Niiza Municipal Cemetery Park
Contents: Guided tour by the Preservation Society, photo exhibition, etc.
Registration: None needed
Summer time from July 1 to September 30 : 8:30 AM to 6 PM
(During the Bon Festival, August 13-16 : 8:30 AM to 9 PM)
Access (Niiza Municipal Cemetery Park)
Tobu Tojo Line/ From the south exit of Asaka Station
Seibu Bus/ Take a bus bound for “Oizumigakuen Station,” get off at “Niiza General Technical High School,” walk for 10 minutes
Seibu Ikebukuro Line/ From the north exit of Oizumigakuen Station
Seibu Bus/ Take a bus bound for “Asaka Station,” get off at “Niiza General Technical High School,” walk for 10 minutes
Seibu bus/ Take a bus bound for “Niizasakae,” get off at “Sakae Community Center,” walk for five minutes
Nii Bus/ East Course
Close to “Niiza Municipal Cemetery Park”
Since it is a parking lot for visitors to graves and funeral rites attendees, the number of cars parked is limited. Furthermore, it is often unavailable, especially during the Bon Festival and on funeral days, so please use public transportation.
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City Promotion Division of Niiza City Hall (Niiza City Tourism Plaza)
* Closed on Wednesdays, Sundays, and national holidays