Beautiful as a fairy tale: fascinating wisteria tunnels in JapanPictolic
Japan is famous for cherry blossoms, but these are not all the most beautiful symbols of this country. Wisteria, thanks to the flowering branches that fall in cascades, creates stunning natural tunnels. The plants come in different shades: most are lilac, but you can also see pink, blue, white and yellow placers of flowers on these amazing trees.
See more photos of the amazing wisteria tunnels in Japan.
The most beautiful wisteria grows in the north of Tokyo in the Ashikaga Flower Park. There are about 350 trees, one of which is more than 150 years old. The park is known for an impressive 80-meter natural tunnel created from flowering branches.
Surprisingly beautiful wisteria landscapes can be seen in other parks in Japan. In the spring, festivals are held here, during which you can enjoy the flowering of these trees.
Embark on a virtual journey into the wisteria fairy tale by viewing these wonderful photos taken in different Japanese parks.
The mesmerizing beauty of wisteria attracts many tourists from all over the world. Such a fabulous sight is worth it to come to Japan during the flowering season of these trees. Impressions from the riot of colors and aroma, believe me, will be unforgettable.