July issue of Oizumi Ryokuchi News

Various events are held at Oizumi Ryokuchi. ▶ July 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. "Exhibition / Workshop" Please check it as it is posted at any time. We apologize for the inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Best time to see (May 30)

Plant name: Smoke tree Best time to see: From mid-May to early July The floral pattern of the smoke tree looks like smoke. Smoke tree is a deciduous small tree of the genus Smoketree in the family Rhus family. The Japanese name is "Smoke Tree". Alternatively, it is also called "Hagmanoki (white bear tree)". It is a dioecious tree and blooms very small, yellow-green, inconspicuous flowers around the beginning of May. When the flowers are finished, the peduncle of the female tree grows like a thread and the entire inflorescence looks like smoke, but the male tree has a short inflorescence and does not become smoke-like. In Oizumi Ryokuchi, there […]

Resumption of free barbecue use in the park (updated May 20)

At the Corona Countermeasures Headquarters meeting in Osaka Prefecture, the request to the citizens to "eat and drink within about 2 hours" and "within 4 people at the same table" was lifted when having a dinner. We will resume using the free barbecue in the park from May 23 (Monday). [Area where free barbecue is available] Please refer to the above map. When using it, please cooperate with infection control measures. ・ Three avoidance of denseness, wearing a mask at dinner, and thoroughly washing hands ・ Registration to the national contact confirmation app "COCOA" and the Osaka Corona tracking system * In addition, if it becomes difficult to use the […]

Best time to see (May 16)

Plant name: Passionflower Best time to see: From early May to late August Passionflower is in bloom. Passionflower is a vine perennial of the genus Passionflower in the family Passionflower. It is a flower with a very unique shape, and the shape of three large stamens looks like the hands of a clock, hence the name "Passionflower F". It is a tropical plant with beautiful flowers, and about 500 species are distributed mainly in the tropical regions of the United States. Passion fruit, which is famous for its tropical fruits, is one of the members of this passionflower. In Oizumi Ryokuchi, you can see different types of passionflower in the […]

June issue of Oizumi Ryokuchi

Various events are held at Oizumi Ryokuchi. ▶ June 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.

Best time to see (May 2nd)

Plant name: Japanese iris Best time to see: From mid-April to mid-May The flowers of Japanese iris are in bloom. Japanese iris is a perennial plant belonging to the genus Iridaceae in the family Iridaceae. It is an aquatic plant that prefers shallow waters such as sunny ponds, swamps and streams. As for flowers, two to three flowers usually bloom on one flower stem. The flower color of the original species is purple, but there are also white ones born by mutation. Also, it seems that there are various differences in flower color and morphology depending on the fabric. It seems that there are 70 cultivars currently cultivated, including 10 […]

May issue of Oizumi Ryokuchi News

Various events are held at Oizumi Ryokuchi. ▶ May 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.

Notice about BBQ

Please also check the facility information for barbecue usage information. GoodBBQ Oizumi Ryokuchi (empty BBQ) Reservation / Inquiries: 050-5212-8846 We are open. ▶ Good BBQ Oizumi Ryokuchi Outdoor furnace (rental of furnace only) Reservation / inquiry: 050-5212-9861 We are open. It is a reservation system. [March-November] ◎ Even if you contact us on the day, you can make a reservation on the day if there is a vacancy in the furnace. Free BBQ area barbecue It is still prohibited . (Updated April 6, 4th year of Reiwa) ▶ For more information Oizumi Ryokuchi Homepage please look at.

Best time to see (April 11th)

Plant name: Fuji best time to see: From early April to late April The wisteria flowers are in bloom. Wisteria is a deciduous vine of the genus Wisteria in the family Leguminosae. It grows naturally in the mountains and has been planted in gardens for a long time, and is mainly enjoyed by making shelves. It is a plant that has a long lifespan and is said to be over 1000 years old. In Oizumi Ryokuchi, you can see it in a large pergola, and the flower color is white as well as purple. As of April 11, early ones have begun to bloom. From now on, the number of […]

Best time to see information (April 4th)

Plant name: Yoshino cherry tree Best time to see: From late March to early April Somei Yoshino cherry blossoms are in bloom. Yoshino cherry tree is a deciduous tree of the genus Cerasus in the family Rosaceae. It is a hybrid of Prunus speciosa and Edohigan and is cultivated for ornamental purposes. It is said that it started in the Edo period when a tree-planting craftsman in Somei Village sold it under the name of Yoshino Sakura (it is different from Yamazakura in Yoshino, Nara Prefecture). All Yoshino cherry trees found in various parts of Japan carry the same gene because they are clones that have been increased in production […]