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Christopher L. wrote a review Dec 2020
Tokyo, Japan32 contributions9 helpful votes
A great place to take a walk and learn more about Roses in particular and there is a great deal to learn and smell! Be sure to stop and smell the roses, especially the tea roses, which to my surprise actually smell like tea!
Date of experience: October 2020
Hastin C wrote a review Sep 2016
I went to Yatsu Rose Garden with 3 of my friends during June, this is not the prime time for blooming, but even still it was a beautiful experience. Hundreds of Roses all amazing in their own way, the English names are hilarious as well.
Date of experience: June 2016
Việt V wrote a review Jun 2016
15 contributions5 helpful votes
The garden has many types of roses. In a city, a place like this is rare and worth visiting. I think that visit here after your work, or just passing by: the smell of the roses would make you fell pleasant.
Date of experience: June 2016
jaswa197 wrote a review Mar 2016
Chiba, Japan22 contributions14 helpful votes
Been many times. We live mext door but i would make it a must see when you go to Japan. The place of the first baseball games in Japan it is now a beautiful garden agjasent the beautif Yatsu Higata. Where the migratory water birds make their way from their siater wetlands in Boondall Brisbane Australia to spend the summer and spring. …
Date of experience: March 2016
roy v wrote a review Jun 2015
Traralgon, Australia3,934 contributions674 helpful votes
We had a very pleasant walk from near Tsudanuma Station to the Rose Garden to a great display of acres of blooming roses. Very nice the way it has been set out with the central fountain and ponds running off each way from there . A few nice statues around the place but I don't know if they hold any significants as nothing is there to be read in English. From what I could gather the ROSE GARDEN was part of a theme park that was in this area years ago before Disney Land opened it's gates. There are two very long arbours which are very attractive and form a lovely tunnel to walk through. Over to one side of the park is a nice water area which contains some nice colourfull fish and beside it are a couple of nice apple trees full of fruit. Entrance staff were very helpful and friendly , offered my wife an umbrella for protection against the sun which is a real Japanese thing, thank you for that. The place was in good nick and must take a lot of work to keep it that way. We noticed a few people working in the garden and some of them were seniors which is good to see and we wondered if they are volunteers, whatever they are all to be congratulated on a beautiful garden and great community asset. We spent a nice couple of relaxing hours there and got some great photos.It was interesting that one of the garden beds contained roses named after some well known famous people mainly actors. Well worth a visit if your in the area.…
Date of experience: June 2015