Japan’s Wisteria Tunnels Are More Magical Than Its Cherry Blossoms

by Angel Srivastava

Japan its popular for its nature parks and cherry blossom. Every spring, Japan welcomes thousands of travellers from around the world who visit the country to witness the country’s cherry blossoms, but the season also brings several other stunning blooms to admire. So, if you are thinking of that one destination to visit after the pandemic, Japan should totally be on your list.

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Every year Japan sees the blossoming of the beautiful Wisteria, also known as ‘Fiji’ in Japan. It is Japan’s second favorite flower, known to turn into large tunnels due to their ability to bend. These Remote Japanese Villages Look Like They Are Straight Out Of A Novel

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Wisterias typically bloom around late April and early May, with slight variations depending on the type of wisteria in bloom. You can also Have Your Own DDLJ Moment In Sunflower Fields Of Karnataka’s Gundlupet.

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The perfect place to catch the Wisterias in full bloom is the Ashikaga Flower Park. It has a Kibana Wisteria Tunnel where visitors can take a stroll underneath and click beautiful pictures to brighten their Insta-feed.Here are Tips To Safely Visit A Park During A Pandemic.

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It is home to over 350 kinds of Wisteria trees ranging from light violets to pink, purple, whites and yellow.  Also, Visit The Cup Noodles Museum In Osaka, Japan.

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The pale red wisteria typically reach full bloom around mid to late April, while white wisteria reach full bloom around early May and the Kibana wisteria reach full bloom around early to mid May. Plan a Weekend Getaway From Mumbai To The Valley Of Flowers, Kaas Plateau In Satara.

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