[Aono Co., Ltd.]
“Hakuryuen” special release in the fall of 2019
Aono Co., Ltd. “ Hakuryuen ” special release in autumn 2019 ……………………………………………………………………………………………
“Hakuryuen” is a garden on the foot of Anyoji Temple in the village of “Ninose”, in front of “Kurama”, where the gods of the mountains live since ancient times. The cherry blossom season is gorgeous, the fresh green season is the strength of life, the autumn leaves season is late fall, and the snow season is quiet and dignified. The beauty that strikes is here. Hakuryuen is open to the public in spring and autumn. Although it was a garden that had not been open to the public for a long time, it was opened to the public for the first time in the fall of 2012. Special announcements for Fall 2019 will be held as follows.
■ Hakuryuen Location 106, Kurama Ninozecho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto URL http://www.hakuryuen.com/
■ Period from Saturday, October 12, 2019 to Sunday, December 1
■ Time 10: 00-14: 00 (until 13:30 reception)
■ Closed days ・ Closed during stormy weather. ・ The opening date is subject to change without notice.
■ Ticket release period (only the same day ticket will be released) October 12 (Sat)-December 1 (Sun), 2019
■ Ticket purchase method On the day, please come to Hakuryuen directly and purchase a Hakuryuen special admission ticket. * Hakuryuen special admission tickets will be sold at Hakuryuen. There is no sale at Demachiyanagi Station. * Valid only on the day of release. * Advance tickets are not available. * Not available on closed days. * Admission may be restricted and waiting for admission may occur. * Please refrain from merging with people who are lined up in front of you, as this will interrupt the queue and cause inconvenience to other customers.
■ Contact information for inquiries Company name: Aono Co., Ltd. TEL: 075-311-8988 Person in charge: Hiraoka Reception hours: 9:00 to 18:00
■ What is Hakuryuen
This mountain, also called Mt.Amoji and Mt. It was. The late Shoichi Aono (founder of Aono Co., Ltd.), who got this land in 1962 (Showa 37), knew the historical legends and beliefs transmitted to the area, and nevertheless gained honor and profit. Rather than just because of this, I was determined to restore the altar, level and develop it, thinking of the historical facts and myriad souls that dwell here. Then, over the course of his life, he revived the mountain and completed the current model of Hakuryuen. The long work to complete was done with the help of the employee’s family and local helpers without relying on specialists. That thought has been passed on, and Hakuryuen is still evolving.
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