In this garden one can see the flowers and plants that appear on the wrapping paper used to wrap goods sold by Rokkatei, a famous confectionary, as well as 6 kinds of flowers called Tokachi Rokka.
Rokka-no-mori is a garden in Nakasatsunai Village, and was opened in September 2007 by the confectionery maker, Rokkatei. The garden was created with the idea of creating a garden filled with the flowers and plants that appear on Rokkatei's signal wrapping paper. In the garden, there are also 6 kinds of flowers called Tokachi Rokka besides the wrapping paper flowers drawn by Naoyuki Sakamoto, a painter and alpinist. In spring, Trillium kamtschaticum and Lily of the Valley bloom, and in summer, the garden is filled with the sound of cicadas.The Sakamoto Naoyuki Museum, the Silo 50th Anniversary Memorial Museum and the Hara Takayoshi Museum can also be found in the garden. All of these buildings are old houses that were moved from Croatia and rebuilt in the garden, and are harmonized with forestry.*Admission fee: adults ¥500, children ¥300