Doesn’t this seemingly endless tunnel of wisteria just make you want to walk under it?
This is Fuji Park located in the town of Wake, Okayama prefecture.
Situated near a river in the midst of a mountain valley, Fuji Park has gathered around a 100 varieties of famous wisteria from all over Japan – the most wisteria in one place in the whole country.
As there are pathways underneath, you can take a walk through the tunnel while gazing up at the flowers.
Famous wisteria from all over Japan is grown within the park. In addition, even rare Chinese varieties from overseas have been planted there.
Subtle differences in color create a beautiful graduation.
The best season to visit Fuji Park is from late April to the beginning of May. A wisteria festival is organized when the flowers bloom.
You can check the best time to see the wisteria on their homepage, too. In previous years, the best time has been around the 10th of May.
How about taking a walk through the tunnel of wisteria??
Location: 1386-2 Fujino, Wake, Wake district, Okayama prefecture
Guide homepage: http://www.town.wake.okayama.jp/festival/fuji.php (in Japanese – blooming for 2015 is already over)
Blooming season: Late April thru early May
Admission: Adults JPY300, Children (Middle & elementary school students) JPY150
* Fees applicable only during the best flower viewing season
Setouchi Finder Photo-writer: Hironobu Matsuoka
Hironobu Matsuoka / Photo-writer Born in 1974 in Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture, and currently living there, Hironobu is the president of Mediapolis Inc. "I travel around the country in Solar King, an eco-camping car that has a solar power generator, and film the beautiful scenery of Japan in high-definition. I want to move around the country as much as possible and leave behind videos of precious Japanese nature and scenery for future generations to enjoy. Although I travel all over the country, I love my home area of Setouchi." 'Healing Japan TV' - Traveling virtually around the country through 'healing videos'.
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