Wisteria Tunnel at Kawachi Fuji Garden, Kitakyushu, Japan
View Original Description
Wisteria Tunnel is located at the Kawachi Fuji Gardens in Fukuoka Kitakyusyu, Japan (a 12-hour drive from Tokyo). The flowering Japanese wisteria hang overhead and the different colored rows create a spectacular place to walk through.
Wisteria, or wisteria - one of the most beautiful climbing plants, is a large deciduous climber with a hard woody stem. Wisteria flowers with delicate sweet flavor, are collected in large hanging brushes of different colors: white, blue, purple, violet-blue, purple, pink or purple.
The best time of the year to go from late April to mid May (depends on the weather each year). The peak is normally at end of April to the Golden Week. Not every year wisteria bloom so magnificently.
To get to the garden from JR Yahata station, take Nishitetsu bus #56 and get off at Kawachi Elementary School. Then walk 10-15 min to the garden.
Share via E-mail