|Pseudonym reading||Shrimp and salted eggplants of Komagata and Mizusawakoen|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Type||Natural monuments and plants|
|Designated date||March 8, 1966|
|location||Chuo Ueno, Higashi Ueno, Mizusawa Ward, Oshu|
|owner||Komagata Shrine Outside|
The precincts of Komagata Shrine in Mizusawa Ward, Oshu City are covered with many trees including cherry blossoms.
The east side of the park is Mizusawa Park, which has long been known as a hagan cherry blossom spot.
Both are 250 to 300 years old and there are many varieties.
The types of gankan cherry blossoms are edohigan, benihigan, and sinorrhigan, as well as beniyamazakura and somei yoshino.
The characteristics of the ganzakura are that the flowers are smaller than those of the Yamazakura and Somei Yoshino lines, but they bloom earlier.
In addition, although the moxibustion of the cherry other than the higan type cherry has a cylindrical shape, the lower part of the higan type cherry is puffy in the lower part of the cocoon.