Spring has finally sprung!
In Japan, various flowers can be seen in various places during the spring season.
In this blog, I will talk about the five spring flowers and sights found in Japan.
Speaking of Japanese flowers, it’s cherry blossoms.
The collaboration between the castle and the cherry blossoms is especially spectacular!
I have written several articles about cherry blossoms on this blog, so please take a look at the pictures.
There are “tulip gardens” throughout Japan.
Although there are differences among regions, they are usually in full bloom from mid-April to June.
The photo shows Osaka, Japan, where 60,000 tulips are planted.
Canola flower in bright colors can also be seen in many parts of Japan.
The photo shows a train called “Isumi Railway” passing through a field of canola flower.
Very beautiful! I’d like to visit there someday too.
Beautiful nemophila landscape with blue all over.
Fascinated by the fantastic scenery, nemophila fields are now increasing in many parts of Japan.
The photo shows a field of nemophila in Osaka, Japan. The location is near the ocean, so the blue landscape extends as far as the eye can see.
In Japan, azaleas are called “tsutsuji”.
These flowers are often found at shrines and temples.
It is beautifully shaped by craftsmen.It blends well with the Japanese garden landscape.
Did you find your favorite floral landscape?
In spring in Japan, many flowers bloom in various places.
Please come and see the beautiful scenery sometime.