Maple trees, planted along the grave of marshal Oyama, show us such a beautiful view in spring and fall.
This area used to be a farmland of Iwao Oyama (marshal, duke).
In 1916, a street was constructed when the Oyama was down and then the grave was built.
Naosaburo Yamamoto, an architect for the Imperial Household, designed the street, and there used to be sakura trees and maple trees, but sakura trees got cut off later.
From spring to summer there is a view of beautiful green, and in autumn, you can see arcade of autumnal tints.
Great place to visit in fall, near Nishi-Nasuno station

Festival of Nasu-Shiobara city in this month

Timeline of Oyama Street