Hiroba (Open Space): An open space modeled after a terraced rice field that matches the Japanese landscape
The Hiroba is a large open space in the shape of a terraced rice field. It includes a large Lawn Area where visitors can play freely and a Kid’s Playground with a variety of playground equipment that attracts many visitors. The Hiroba (Open Space) is especially renowned for its 300 cherry trees which bloom over the entire area in spring.
THe Hiroba (Open Space) is designed to look like a terraced rice field. Four large lawn area are connected in tiers. Visitors can enjoy a picnic, reading books under a tree, or just running around.
Taniai (Valley): Abundant Nature and Pastoral Mountain Atmosphere
Taniai (Valley) is an area that has the atmosphere of a Japanese mountain village. With Japanese landscapes such as a small stream, a bamboo grove and a plum garden, it is a popular space that provides visitors with peace of mind.
A stream and a garden path run through the bamboo grove. Visitors can enjoy relaxing in the atmosphere created by the bamboo trees, the sound of the rustling leaves, and the trickling stream.