Boso Peninsula is the large chunk of land that separates Tokyo Bay from the Pacific Ocean. Covering most of Chiba Prefecture, the Boso Peninsula has a mountainous interior, a long coastline and once you are out of its heavily industrialized and densely populated northwestern part around Chiba City, it is very rural. The southern-most edge of the Boso Peninsula has a very mild, almost Mediterranean climate. Even when the rest of Kanto is in a state of barren, dry winter, the many flower gardens along the coast in southern Boso will bloom colorfully.
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