At the foot of Suzuka Mountains, Suzuka-no-Mori Teien is a new sightseeing spot. The Garden is open to the public only while the plum trees are blooming in the early spring. There are well-selected 200 weeping plum trees. these beautiful weeping Japanese plum trees have been cared for and shaped by the proficient skills of masters. Many of them are Kureha weeping Japanese plum trees and some are classified in the largest class in Japan.
151-2, Yamamotocho, Suzuka-shi, Mie, Japan
5 minutes from Tomei-Osaka Expressway Suzuka IC