Oze National Park

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Oze is home to a plethora of beautiful flowers. These include the Asian skunk cabbage which blossom in the marshes as the snow melts, and the bright yellow of the Alpine Daylilies are reflected in the marshes just when the surrounding mountains become green. The nature of Oze is symbolized by its beautiful flowers, and together with the mountains, lakes, marshes, rivers, forests, and wildlife that live in this region, it creates a stunning sight. Chozo Hirano opened up the area around 100 years ago, and because of the protection of its magnificent nature up until now, Oze has become a symbol of nature conservation in Japan. The beautiful nature of Oze present a different face throughout the seasons, and they all continue to charm us.

Where is it??

Kencho 17F, 1-1-1 Ootemachi, Maebashi city, Gunma Pref. 371-8570
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By Bus: (To the Numayama Toge Pass trailhead) Approximately 2 hours by bus (Aizu Bus Co., Ltd.) from (Aizukogen-Ozeguchi station on the Yagan Tetsudo line.
For details on other access routes and methods, please view the Preservation Foundation's web page.

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