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Aramaki Rose Park荒牧バラ公園

Botanical Garden

"A garden adjoining Midori no Plaza a 10-minute drive from the Takarazuka interchange on the Chugoku Expressway. Some 10 thousand rose plants spanning around 250 varieties from countries around the world grow in the garden. The garden is divided into a local rose garden planted with varieties like the Madam Violet and Amatsu Otome, a cultivar created in Itami City and named after a popular opera star of the time; and the ""Hasselt"" garden named after Itami's sister city in Belgium. The best time to see the garden's roses is from mid-May to mid-June and from mid-October to mid-November."

place

Hyougo Pref. Itamishi Aramaki 6-5-50 (Takarazuka / Amagasaki / NishinomiyaArea)

phone 0727727696
place

9:00-17:00

Review of Aramaki Rose Garden

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2012/11/21 Beautiful variety of roses.
I have been here a number of times in different seasons. Peaceful place, and such a variety. There is also an interesting walk along a nearby waterway.
Reviewed:2018/07/07 南欧風のバラ公園
6月はじめの休日にバラを見ようと思い立って、伊丹市の北部にある荒牧バラ公園に行ってきました。駐車料金は500円かかりましたが、市営で無料なのは嬉しいですね。一番奥に建つ3本柱の平和モニュメント前に広がる1.7ヘクタールの広場は南欧風で、一万本のバラが育てられているようです。ピークを少々過ぎていましたが、まだ美しく咲いているバラもたくさんありました。
Reviewed:2018/05/22 売っているバラとは違う
存在は知っていたものの、バラが咲く5月中旬にシーズンにたまたま通りかかって行ってきました。
バラの種類の多さだけでなく、一つ一つのバラの大きさにも圧倒されました。

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Address
Hyougo Pref. Itamishi Aramaki 6-5-50 [ map ]
Area
Takarazuka / Amagasaki / NishinomiyaArea
Phone
0727727696
Hours
9:00-17:00
Closed
Tuesday
※ 5/6/10/Nov. is open everyday
Fees
Free admission
Parking Lot
Available

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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