Notice that some tennis courts cannot be used

During the period from January 17, 1945 (Monday) to March 31, Reiwa 4 (Thursday), the following tennis courts cannot be used due to the renovation work of the tennis courts. ◇ 12th coat ◇ 13th coat ◇ 14th coat We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding and cooperation. ▶ For more information Oizumi Ryokuchi Homepage please look at.

Best time to see (January 5)

Plant name: Best time to see plum blossoms: From early January to late February Plum blossoms are in bloom. Ume is a deciduous small tree of the genus Cerasus and apricot in the family Rosaceae. The flowers open before the leaves, and the flower colors are white, crimson, and pink. The flowering time varies depending on the variety, such as early blooming in early January to late blooming in March. In Oizumi Ryokuchi, plums near Karotoike Seseragi Square begin to bloom first, followed by plum grove and water currents (near Komorebi no Niwa) southwest of Soike Bridge, Shikisaien, northwest of Toizumiike, and forests on the west side of Cycle Doronko […]

Happy new year.

We look forward to working with you this year as well. We sincerely wish you all a happy year. Kadomatsu, a masterpiece of staff, will welcome you in front of the management office and inside the management office. 🎍 We hope you will come and see us when you go to see the gorillas. 😊 We look forward to welcoming you to the park. ▶ Oizumi Ryokuchi Homepage

January issue of Oizumi Ryokuchi News

Various events are held at Oizumi Ryokuchi. ▶ January issue of Oizumi Ryokuchi News <Notice about the event> In order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection, the contents of the events (exhibitions, workshops, events, etc.) posted in "Oizumi Ryokuchi News" may be changed or canceled in a hurry. increase. For details, see the Oizumi Ryokuchi website. "Exhibitions / Workshops" Please check it as it is posted at any time. We apologize for the inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Sasanqua

Sasanqua flowers are in bloom. Sasanqua is a member of the genus Camellia of the Theaceae family and is endemic to Japan. You can enjoy it for a long time by blooming one after another when there are few flowers in winter. It is an evergreen middle-high tree like camellia, but short hairs grow on young branches and petioles, and petals are scattered one by one after the flowers are finished. There are many horticultural varieties, such as Kantsubaki (called a lion head in Kansai). Best time to see: From early November to late January In Oizumi Ryokuchi, you can see it in various places in the park such as […]

December issue of Oizumi Ryokuchi News

Various events are held at Oizumi Ryokuchi. ▶ December issue of Oizumi Ryokuchi News <Notice about the event> In order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection, the contents of the events (exhibitions, workshops, events, etc.) posted in "Oizumi Ryokuchi News" may be changed or canceled in a hurry. increase. For details, see the Oizumi Ryokuchi website. "Exhibitions / Workshops" Please check it as it is posted at any time. We apologize for the inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Himalayan cherry

Himalayan cherry blossoms are in bloom. Status as of December 9 Himalayan cherry tree is a deciduous small tree to tree of the genus Cerasus in the family Rosaceae. It is a cherry blossom that blooms in the cold season from November to December, and you can enjoy it at the same time as the autumn leaves. The flower color varies depending on the individual, and in Oizumi Ryokuchi, two Himalayan cherry trees, light pink and slightly dark pink, can be seen. Some of them have weakened a little due to the damage of Typhoon Jebi in 2018, but this year, pale-colored individuals are in full bloom. Best time to […]

Autumn leaves spot (December 9)

[Sweetgum] Place: Good BBQ (Situation: Deciduous leaves) Place: Kakitsubataen (Situation: Fallen leaves, early ones fell) [Chinese tallow] Place: Adventure Land (Situation: Deciduous leaves) Place: Cycle Doronko Square (Situation: Deciduous leaves) [Ginkgo] Place: Kanaoka entrance (Situation: Deciduous leaves) Place: Northwest of Sakura Square (Situation: Beginning of fallen leaves) [Bald cypress] Place: Soike Bridge (Situation: Deciduous leaves) Place: Kakitsubata Sonokita (Situation: Beginning of fallen leaves) Place: Toizumiike Higashi (in full bloom) [Maple] Place: Kakitsubataen (Situation: Fallen leaves, early ones fell) Place: Water flow (Situation: Fallen leaves, early ones fell) Place: Sheep Square (Situation: Deciduous leaves) ▶ Osaka Prefectural Park Association-Oizumi Ryokuchi