"Sumaura Fugenzo" is an unusual variety of cherry blossoms born from Satozakura planted in Sumaura Park. The name comes from the two pistils in the center of the flower, because they look like the elephant’s nose riding a Buddhist bodhisattva. The first tree discovered in 1990 (Heisei 2) has died, but with the cooperation of Kobe City, Kobe City Park Greening Association, and the Hyogo Prefectural Tree Medical Association, the seedlings of Fugenzo have revived, and in various places. It was planted. It is also planted in Suma Seaside Park. In the spring, about 100 "Fugenzo" in elementary and junior high schools in the city, including Sumaura Park, blooms. It is a beautiful and rare cherry blossom that changes color from yellow to pink.