“Tsu-yu”(Rainy Season) at Mimurotoji Temple, here appears an Ajisai(Hydrangea) blue world. This temple located at south side of Kyoto has a very famous garden where 10,000-Hydrangea are planted at.
This trellis path is located in neither a park nor a shrine, a temple, but in the Kamitoba sewage‐treatment plant. And it is specially opened to the public at only wisteria blooming season.
The beautiful red approach to Nagaoka Tenmangu Shrine. The blooming period is about a week within from mid Apr
Shinsen-en garden The origin of Shinsen-en garden come from about 794 when the capital was moved to Kyoto (Hei
The cherry blossom beautifully stands with pliant branches hanging down.
This is a type of sakura called the“Shidare Sakura” (“shidare” meaning weeping). And is particularly famous for its pretty small flowers and early-blooming.
This Sakura has a specific name “Konoe Sakura”.