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Ashikaga Flower Park paradise for flower photographers
Series of photographs of Ashikaga Flower Park, in Ashikaga City, Tochigi Prefecture, about 1 1/2 to 2 hours from Tokyo. Ashikaga Flower Park is a very famous flower view spot for Fuji (wistaria), Tsutsuji, Syakunage, Syakuyaku, Hankachi-no-ki, and so on. As there are four different kind of Fuji, such are Usubeni-Fuji (Pink wistaria), Murasaki-Fuji (Purple wistaria), Shiro-Fuji (White wistaria) and Kibana-Fuji (Yellow wistaria).
The Japanese wisteria are one of the prime attractions of Ashikaga Flower Park. The Japanese love flowers, and wisteria are among their favorites. Wisteria are called fuji in Japanese, like Mt. Fuji. The purple waterfalls of wisteria reaching the height of a six-storey home, which produce fragrant flowers, gathered in the overhanging brush. there are 4 huge Japanese wisterias (fuji), one of them is 140 year old and wide spread of branch tree.
The fuji in Ashikaga Flower Park are usually in full bloom in the beginning of May, one to two weeks later than the fuji of Tokyo. Because Ashikaga Flower Park is considered one of the best spots to view fuji flowers in Japan, the park can be very crowded even on weekdays during the peak season.
Ashikaga Flower Park postcard movie
April 28, 2016