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Hana-Biyori Hall

Everyday is a good flower watching day! Indoor flower gardens that enchant you anytime of year. Besides the Floral Chandelier made up of over 300 pots of plants hanging overhead in one of the largest scales of its kind in Japan, the Hana-Biyori Hall features flowers covering the floors and a wall flower garden 20 meters long and 2 meters high, providing flowers 360 degrees. Symbolizing Hana-Biyori, there is a palo borracho tree in the hall estimated to be over 400 years old.

“PIET OUDOLF GARDEN TOKYO” is designed by the world-famous garden designer, is his first garden in Asia with his name.

This garden was designed by Piet Oudolf, his first garden in Asia. He is internationally known as the leader of the new perennial movement, which appreciate the full life cycle of the flowers and herbaceous plants through out the four seasons including seed-heads and died-body in winter time, in comparison to the traditional gardening which intend to value the flower heavily. This is a show case featuring more sustainable approach to the gardening.
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Alley of Colors

A small alley full of flowers that surrounds the Hana-Biyori Hall. The alleyway gives different impressions throughout the seasons and includes the Sequoia Garden in front of the main entrance, the Garden of the Seasons towards the south, the lilies of the Rock Garden, and the Christmas Rose Garden. Furthermore, the blooming of plum blossoms, cherry blossoms, and Yukiyanagi amongst the path following the stream from the Sky-Viewing Hill makes for a colorful alley in which flower-watchers can enjoy their walk whenever they come.

Sacred Forest

Passing through the Sacred Gate said to have been relocated from Kyoto Imperial Palace, beyond the Moss Garden, you will be greeted by the Sacred Pond. In autumn, the scenery of the maple foliage covering the Sacred Pond is breathtaking. Up to 2000 red spider lilies bloom around the Two-Story Pagoda and Statues of Eight Buddhism Sect Founders from September to October. In addition to the enshrined National Important Cultural Properties of the Statue of Myoken Bodhisattva and Statue of Sacred Avalokitesvara, the Gautama Buddha Hall (Pagoda), where Buddha's ashes and hair are stored gives this space a spiritual meaning.