Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Juhu-kai Bonsai Exhibition and Ibaraki Botanical Garden

I visited to Ibaraki Botanical Garden to see Bonsai Exhibition by Juhu-kai. いいところすなぁ

Bonsai exhibit was held in the exhibit room.

I like this angle.

Juniper that has jin (deadwood branches) and shari (trunk deadwood) .Untitled 

It's more difficult to grow moss than I imagined.

Ishizuke style(growing-in-a-rock) pine tree. It's not thick trunk but a rock!

Fukinagashi(windswept) style.

In the garden, roses are their peek.Untitled

There are so many blooming paeoniae radixes, too. 白のシャクヤク
I couldn't find its name but seems orchid species.

On my way home, I went in a hot spring "Hororu no yu". There is a dam behind the building.


Address 4589 To, Naka-shi, Ibaraki, Japan
Open 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Close Every Monday, the year-end and new year
Fee Adult: 120YEN(Tropical plant garden: 380YEN)
Web site
(Japanese only)

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