We provide garden management, facility management, operational service, PR and community relations development comprehensively.
Entrusted management since June 2006. Based upon our management proposals, entrusted management has continued over four contract periods until the present day.
Keihanna Commemorative Park is a traditional Japanese countryside scenery themed park and has 2.3ha of Japanese garden(Suikei-en) and two public use buildings (1,370m,2 and 900m2). The Japanese garden is built under the Heian-kyo 1200th Anniversary Project.
Entrusted managment began in 2016 and continues until the present day. (Starting in 2007, Ueyakato Landscape was previously responsible for Murin-an’s annual management for eight years.)
The Murin-an Garden was built as a villa of Aritomo Yamagata. Jihei Ogawa VII created it providing modern sceneries such as a three-tiered waterfall, a wide pond style stream and lawn by the water. It is designated as a National Place of Scenic Beauty, recognized as a magnificent garden of the Meiji period.
The Former Retreat of Tomomi Iwakura is a property where Iwakura spent five years of his life in retirement from the age of 38 in 1862 to 1867.
Nanzen-ji Temple (National Historic Site; Nanzen-ji Temple grounds, Place of Scenic Beauty; Nanzen-ji Hojo Garden and National Historic Site and Scenic Beauty; Nanzen-in Temple Garden)
Higashi Honganji Temple (Place of Scenic Beauty; Shosei-en Garden included)
Chisyaku-in Temple (Place of Scenic Beauty; Chisyaku-in Temple Garden)
Place of Scenic Beauty; Daitsuji Ganzanken and Rantei Garden
Place of Scenic Beauty; Murin-an Garden
Place of Scenic Beauty; Tairyu-sanso Garden
National Historic Site; Kozan-ji Temple
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