"Takane-ibuki-boufuu" (Libanotis coreana var. alpicola) belongs to Apiaceae (the Carrot family). It is a perennial herb that is endemic to Japan and is distributed to the Northern Alps in the northern part of the Chubu region of Honshu. It is an alpine type of "Ibuki-bofuu" and grows on gravel and grasslands in the alpine zone, and its height is 10 to 70 cm. The stems are thick, the leaves are biternate to triternate compound, and the leaflets are finely divided into linear lobes. From July to August, compound umbels with a diameter of about 10 cm are borne on the shoot apex and bloom small white flowers.