The Ashikaga flower Park is located in the same city in the Japanese province of Tochigi in the Honshu island. The Park covers about 8.2 hectares and is famous for varied species of Wisteria (in Japanese, the name sounds like the Fuji). So what kind of flower is this mysterious? Wisteria is a genus of tall, woody climbing plants from subtropical Leguminous, with large tassels of flowers on the branches. White, Magenta, purple and blue — flowers Wisteria resemble graceful butterflies, and their fragrant aroma similar to the smell of acacia. The best places avid romantics to find.
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