Man'yo Forest

The Man'yo Forest is the the strolling garden where the Man'yo-shu poems were written, and is made to represent the old Inamino and Seto Naikai areas.
The garden has more than 120 varieties of plants, and is also home to the stone tablet that the "Inamino" poem is inscribed on.
This tablet and poem are also the source of the current era name for Japan, "Reiwa."