"Suzuka no Mori Teien" (Suzuka Forest Garden) 研究栽培農園 鈴鹿の森庭園(赤塚植物園)

The view of weeping plum blossoms blooming with the Suzuka Mountain Range in the background is spectacular.

"The spectacuar ""Kureha Shidare"" blooms many large, pink blossoms early in the spring, shows its large, beautiful and attractive form of ""weeping branches"".
The magnificent plum trees, which have been taken care of by renowned Japanese gardeners who are called masters, such as the Kureha Shidare, ""Ten no Ryu"", estimated to be over 100 years old and believed to be the oldest in Japan are most certainly worth seeing.

The trees lit up by LED lighting look mystical.
The lampstands placed at the base of the trees will light up the plum trees softly.
Address
〒519-0315 鈴鹿市山本町151-2
Phone
059-371-1777
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Business hours
Garden open during the following period (reference only)
February 18th - March 31st 2017

Open hours:
09:00 - 21:00
Light up starts at 17:00.

Dates and hours may change without notice depending on the conditions of the blossoms and weather.
Holidays
No closures during the period the garden is open.

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