@@Pleioblastus viridistriatus (Sie.) Makino

Kyoto Rakusai Bamboo Park
Japanese "Kamuro" may be meaning "baldness".
I do not know why such a name had been given to this species, because there are no phenomena in its growth condition at least.

That't wonderful color in leaves in particular.
There are a few green tripes in yellow colored leaves.
Especially, the color of new leaves is beautiful.

It is still not to be popular, but wide plantation must be expected ornamentally.
Dr. Shozo Shibata said that this species is very favorite with Europian.
Yes, I can understand its reason!