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Following the "Tennogawa park", it's wisteria again!
Since I was noticed that it's also full in bloom at "Takehana Betsuin",
I went there with my digital camera.
There was a big old tree of wisteria,
and it is said that it's more than 300 years old.
I was impressed that such an old tree can be bloomed beautifully like this.
Each small the flowers in each clusters look so cute.
And I loved the contrast with the red Japanese umbrella.
I took a photograph of the view from their below upward, too.
There's one more famous place to see wisteria.
I want to go there during Golden Week,
but I think it will be a little bit late to see their peak.