Oyakuen Medicinal Gardens

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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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Japanese Name
8-1 Hanaharu-machi, Aizuwakamatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture, 965-0804
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.(last entry 4:30 p.m.)
・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