Wisteria Flower  Tunnel In Japan | An awesome scenery presented in Japan. Located in Kawachi Fuji Garden, Kitakyushu, Japan, a covered tunnel of beautiful flowers is very soothing eye. It feels like to walk to get there.

Flowers that form the tunnel is a flower Wisteria (also spelled Wistaria or wysteria), a species of flowering plant in the pea family, Fabaceae, which includes 10 species and vines on wood. This interest comes from the eastern United States, China, Korea, and Japan.

Some species of this flower is ornamental plants are much in demand, especially in China and Japan.
Let’s take a look at the photos that make up the interest this amazing flower tunnel:




A very spectacular view of wisteria flowers in Kawachi Fuji Gardens, in Kitakyushu, Japan is one example of the manifestation of beauty. there is a park that has about 150 flowering wisteria plants of 20 different species. which makes this flower crown jewel of the park, however, is a stunning wisteria tunnel, where visitors can walk surrounded by colorful flowers hanging.




This tunnel is located about 4 hours drive from Tokyo, and the best time to visit this tunnel is at the end of april to mid May, at this time is the right time where the flowers are blooming, and at this time there is also a celebration of the annual “Festival wisteria “, also known as” Fuji Matsuri “, hosted on April 27 to 29.


when they stay in  the  garden, many of the visitors feel the calmness and great peace, things like this have become commonplace because wisteria is an important symbol to the Buddhist, these metaphor mostly inspired by the spiral shape and how flowers to grow,  sometimes reached as high as 65.6 meters above the ground.

The Japanese Wisteria Tunnel is a flowering creeper in Japan or Japanese flowering vine located in Kawachi Fuji Gardens (City of Kitakyushu).