Anpachihyaku Baien

Place famous for plum blossoms
"AnpachiHyakuBaien is a park located about a 15-minute drive from the Gifu-Hashima Interchange on the Meishin Expressway. The 3.9-hectare park contains more than 1200 plum trees of 100 different varieties, the largest number of varieties anywhere in Japan. It is open from late January to late March, so that visitors can see the early blooming winter red plum and the late-blooming Kaiun and Rinshi plums over a long period of time. From mid February to mid March, a sort of ""plum festival"" is held, with food booths featuring udon noodles, rice dumplings in a sweet teriyaki sauce, and bean jam desserts. Visitors can also buy fresh vegetables in Anpachi Town, processed agricultural products, and specialty items and view an exhibition of miniature bonsai plum trees."

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Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN


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