The Jindai Rose Garden, located in a residential area on the outskirts of Tokyo, is a beautiful garden that attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. It is a sunken garden, rectangular in shape, with roses planted in beds around a spray pond.
The garden preserves roses donated by the City of Los Angeles nearly five decades ago, as well as more recent varieties. It also displays wild roses native to Japan and some Old Garden Roses. There are 5100 plants (274 varieties) of modern roses and 81 plants (74 varieties or species) of OGRs and wild roses. An area of 480 square metres located beside the Rose Garden is the trial ground for the Japan Rose Concours, held in cooperation with the Japan Rose Society.