Thursday, 24 Jan 2019

Hydrangea, the other flower attraction in Japan beside cherry blossom


HydrangeaHydrangea - In addition to cherry blossoms that became a tourist attraction in Japan, there are also other flowers that are not less beautiful, namely the Hydrangea flowers in Japanese called Ajisai.

The season of Hydrangea blooms is a sign of the coming rainy season soon. Therefore, this flower is revered and respected by most of the Japanese population as it has become a part of tradition from generation to generation.

In addition, Hydrangea flowers are always blooming in mid-year, early June to the end of July, is a symbol of the holiday season for the Japanese population.

Eid holiday this time can make Japan for one of the places should be visited. Later will be seen the beauty of Hydrangea blooming in colorful beautiful and bright.

And here are some attractions to enjoy the beauty of Hydrangea blooming in the land of Japan:

1. Hakkejima

There are 20,000 Hydrangea flowers in Yokohama Hakkejima Sea Paradise. This place became a tourist attraction with the largest number of flowers in Kanagawa. Hakkejima Sea Paradeise is a combined marine recreation park consisting of an aquarium and a playground. Perfect for family holidays.

On June 9th to July 1st 2018 will be held Hydrangea Festival. Visitors can witness the beauty of Hydrangeas in these ten points of this man-made island, including on seafront areas, walkways, and slopes entirely to be exposed to the natural colors of Hydrangea. The beauty of the blooming flowers is more complete with lighting of 130 lanterns at night.

2. Kamakura

One of the attractions in Kamakura city is Meigetsuin Temple which is also known as the temple of Rinzai Zen Sect founded in 1160. This place is also known as Hyrangea Temple or in Japanese means Ajisaidera.

In June, Hydrangea is blooming around the temple. Type Hydrangea here 95 percent is Hijme Ajisai or Princess Hydrangea because it has a beautiful blue color.

Originally, this temple was a temple built by a son in memory of his dying father in the struggle for power between the Taira and Minamoto clans at the end of the Heian period (1185s).

3. Tokyo Summer Land

There are 5,000 Hydrangae from 60 different species for you to enjoy its blooming charm in this tourist area. Tokyo Summer Land held at Ajisai Kanshou which is part of the festivities of festivals in Japan when Hydrangea blooms. In addition, you can also soak the feet in a pool of warm water that provides a sense of calm and peace of mind.

4. Asukayama Park

Asukayama Park is a place for recreation and a short vacation for the Japanese in the Edo Period (1603-1867). Then, 280 years later, complete with 650 Sakura Flowers, 15,000 Azaleas, and 1.3000 Hydrangea Flowers, this place still keeps a loving beauty if you miss.

This place is also the location of three museums that present the culture and history of Japan from time to time, the Asukayama Museum, the Paper Museum and the Shibusawa Memorial Museum.

5. Hase Temple

Located in the city of Kamakura, Hasememiliki Temple has 2,500 Hydrangeas from 40 different species scattered around its paths and terrain. In addition to the beauty of Hydrangea, you can also admire the beauty of the Shonan sea view from around the cliff-edge road.


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