The neutron spin echo (NSE) technique is an essential spectroscopic method, which has achieved the highest neutron energy resolution at the present moment. NSE with a pulsed neutron source makes it possible to scan a wide spatiotemporal space very efficiently. Kyoto University and KEK are jointly installing two types of NSE spectrometers at BL06, that is, a neutron resonance spin echo (NRSE) instrument and a modulated intensity by zero effort (MIEZE) instrument. Both NRSE and MIEZE make use of neutron resonance spin flippers, which made it possible to design and install compact and multiple spectrometers machines in a narrow space. We named the spectrometers “VIN ROSE” (VIllage of Neutron ResOnance Spin Echo spectrometers), which will spawn a new field of spectroscopic methods. In this manuscript, the characteristics, the current status, and the future plan of “VIN ROSE” are reviewed.