Mt. Fuji Roku Susuki's maze becomes popular Shizuoka Fuji September 22 14:29
On the 22nd of the last day of the consecutive holidays, a maze made of Japanese pampas grass became popular at a leisure facility in Fuji City, Shizuoka Prefecture, at the foot of Mt. Fuji.
Every year, the leisure facility "Mt. Fuji Children's Country" in Kazaki, Fuji City creates a maze using the approximately 4,700 square meters of natural pampas grass fields in the park.
The course is made of Japanese pampas grass with a height of more than 2 meters, and many roads are intricately intricate.
After disinfecting their hands at the entrance, the children challenged the maze and cheered and rejoiced as they reached the goal by going back and forth between the same places over and over again.
The children said, "It was difficult to make a mistake on the road many times," and "It was fun because I couldn't see the future. I'm happy to be able to play outside after a long time."
Mizuho Yamada of Mt. Fuji Children's Country said that this maze of Japanese pampas grass can be used until mid-November. I was talking.