|Kesuhamasou, or Hepatica nobilis var.
pubescens, sharply looks like Hepatica nobilis var. japonica
f. variegata. Still, the flower stalks and the leaves (both the
upper and underside) bear prominent hairs, which characterizes this
one. H. nobilis var. pubescens inhabits cliffs in this part
of the country's semi-shady area, rooting in crevices in the
mountain. Bloom time: March-April.