Mimurotoji Temple has a hill where 20 thousand azaleas and 1,000 rhododendrons are planted. The azaleas’s best time has passed a little, but rhododendrons are now.
On the mountain of silence, a sacred shrine stands decorated with Iris japonica.
One shows enlightenment with perfect circle. And the other is a rectangle that shows perplexity. It seems that it represents a lifetime of angular person who suffer from difficulties and troubles.
Komyoin Temple is one of sub-temple of Tofukuji Temple Complex.
As you see, here flowers are not always necessary.
Byodoin Temple in Uji is the most famous wisteria spot in Kyoto.
It is fun like a festival. A bit inconvenient location, but this season, it is worth going absolutely.
“Jonangu Shrine” is one of the famous spots for wisteria in Kyoto.
Wow, hurry to go see! They are already in full bloom.
From the Middle Ages (5 to 600 years ago), ”Ichihatsu” is a type of iris which has been cultivated as ornamental plant. It is called “Ichihatsu” (meaning the first beginning) for earliest blooming.
Kaju-ji (kansyu-ji) Temple is famous as a stroll garden where flowers bloom every season.
And now, the season of wisteria already began with white flowers.