Keihanna Commemorative Park, which UEYAKATO takes care and operates as a designated management, was featured in the Mainichi Shimbun. In the article, Loropetalum chinense var. rubra and Rhododendron reticulatum were reported to have started to bloom a few months earlier than usual. Particularly Rhododendron reticulatum is the symbol of spring in Japanese village scenery so it is rare to observe their bloom this time. You can also spot many signs of seasons throughout the park.