At Sakura Kusabue-no-Oka, you can ride on a mini railway through natural surroundings, and experience digging up your own sweet potatoes, peanuts and other produce.
The facility also offers accommodation facilities, including a training center that can house up to 200, log cabins and camping grounds. These facilities are ideal for camps, seminars, corporate training events, and the like.
The rose garden next to the facility is home to around 2,500 rose bushes encompassing some 1,050 rose varieties, including rare, original varieties and heritage roses. Their breathtaking beauty and delicate fragrance are a balm to the spirits of the visitors who come to enjoy them.
In recent years, the rose garden has gained a global reputation, receiving the award of Garden Excellence at the 17th World Rose Convention of the World Federation of Rose Societies. It was also inducted into the Great Rosarians of the World (GROW) Hall of Fame by Huntington Library, Art Collection and Botanical Garden of the United States.
- Name of Attraction
- Sakura Kusabue-no-Oka
- 820 Iino, Sakura, Chiba
- Opening hours
- Mar 20 – Oct 31: 9:00–18:00
Nov 1 – Mar 19: 9:00–16:30
- Mondays (Nov 1 – Mar 19), Dec 29 – Jan 1
Pre school-aged children Child
Remarks Individual Free ¥100 ¥410 Persons with disabilities and carers (individual) Free Free Free One accompanying carer admitted free Group Free ¥70 ¥290 20 or more paying visitors Persons with disabilities and carers (group) Free Free Free One accompanying carer admitted free Annual passport ― ¥500 ¥2000
- From the north exit of Keisei Sakura Railway Station, take the Sakura City Loop Bus (Uchigo District Loop Route)
Approx. 10 min. by car from Keisei Sakura Railway Station
Approx. 15 min. by car from JR Sakura Railway Station
Approx. 25 min. by car from Sakura Interchange of Higashi-Kanto Expressway