Oyobe gikyo (scientific name: Campanula chamissonis 'Oyobe gikyo') is native of Shikota to Hokkaido, and it is deciduous perennial of the family Campanulaceae. The plant height is low because it grows naturally in the rocky area of Alpine. Root leaf is shiny green color. In the summer, the inflorescence is extended from the flower stalk, and a large deep blue purple flower blooms sideways for the plant height. In Greek , the genus Campanula is 'campana' (small bell), species name chamissonis is a contribution to Dr. A. von Chamisso, a German botanist. It is one of the varieties of Chishima gikyo (Scientific name: Campanula chamissonis) as well as Shakotan gyoku (Scientific name: Campanula chamissonis 'Shakotan gikyo').
Common name: Oyobe gikyo, scientific name: Campanula chamissonis 'Oyobe gikyo', Origin: Colorado Island, habitat distribution: Takayama, living environment: Rock form, Lifestyle type: Deciduous perennial grass, plant height: 5 to 10 cm, leaf order: root leaf, leafy: thick and glossy, leaf shape: spatula shape, leaf edge: sawtooth, leaves: alternate, flower color: purple · white, blooming Period: July to August, flower form: fishing bell type, tip of 5 fissures, inflorescence form: single apex inflorescence, flower size: 3 to 4 cm, flower length: 4 cm, stamens number: 5, stamen capital head: 3 fissures, fruit type : Fruit, breeding: rhizomes.