Oyakuen Medicinal Gardens (National Scenic Site)御薬園(国指定名勝・会津松平氏庭園)

The garden that attracted a score of feudal lords, with a sacred pond that reflects the seasonal colors and the history of Aizu.

The history of Oyakuen began with Morihisa Ashina, head of the Ashina family during the Muromachi period. He built a second house where a spirutal spring sprang forth. In 1932, the garden was designated a National Scenic Site, as a prime example of a Tokugawa-period garden. Its name Oyakuen, which means "medicinal herb garden", is dervied from both the circuit style garden, which features a a pond in center, and from the herb garden where a variety of herbs are still grown today. The flowers which bloom beautifully throughout the seasons make the garden evn more attractive. At the tea house you can relax and enjoy a cup of herbal tea which can be tasted only at Oyakuen.

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住所 8-1 Hanaharu-machi,Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture, 965-0804
電話番号 0242-27-2472(御薬園)
営業時間 8:30AM - 5:00PM (last entry 4:30PM)
定休日 Open throughout the year
料金 Adults: 320yen High School Students: 270yen Junior High & Elementary School Students: 160yen
アクセス ・By Bus: 1 minute on foot from the Haikara-san "Oyakuen Mae" bus stop ・By Car: 15 minutes from the Ban-etsu expressway Aizuwakamatsu IC exit
WEB   http://www.tsurugajo.com/oyakuen/

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