Tajima Plateau Botanical Gardens
The Tajima Plateau Botanical Gardens (但馬高原植物園, 17 hectares) are
botanical gardens located at 709 Wachi, Muraoka-cho, Mikata-gun, Kami, Hyōgo, Japan. They are open daily in the warmer months; an admission fee is charged.
The gardens were established in 1997, and now contain more than 1,000 native plant
species, a Katsura tree ( Cercidiphyllum japonicum) that the garden describes as more than 1,000 years old, and water features including a stream, ponds, and swamp.
List of botanical gardens in Japan
* [http://www5.nkansai.ne.jp/com/katsura/ Tajima Plateau Botanical Gardens (Japanese)]
* [http://www.hyogo-tourism.jp/english/tajima/index.html Hyogo Tourism information]
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