|Pseudonym reading||Rice cake lottery|
|Specified type||Country designation|
|Type||Natural monuments and plants|
|Designated date||September 3, 1936|
|location||Morioka City Nasugawacho|
It is a kind of fern cherry tree that was discovered in the temple by the late Miyoshi school in 1920, and was named Moriokashidare after the name of the place of discovery.
Stem, leaf, and flower shape are similar to Somei Yoshino, but it differs from Somei Yoshino in that it is branched, that the back, ovary and style of mature leaf are almost hairless, and the flower is almost white. There is.
This species is presumed to have been produced by the mating of a drooping higanzakura and an Ozazakakura satokura.
At Ryukoku-ji Temple, we are working on the succession trees and protecting them.