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If you didnt catch anycherry blossoms this year, never fear: Japans wisteria season is nearly here, and theres still enough time to plan a trip before the big bloom.

Japanese wisteria is a flowering plant withcascading blossomsthat can grow up to three feet or longer.The flowers bloom between April and Mayeach year, turning gardens and parks into the technicolor Instagram scene of your dreams:

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Kawachi Fujien Wisteria Garden

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A wisteria tree lit up at dusk

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Kawachi Fujien Wisteria Garden

In Japan, there are two wisteria wonderlands travelers adore: Ashikaga Flower Park, reachable bytrain from Tokyo, will feature more than 350 wisteria trees in full bloom during this years Great Wisteria Festival from April 15 to May 22.Be sure to stick around until nighttime for light-up wisteria displays and a plate of wisteria-flavored noodles at Ashikagas onsite cafe.

Kawachi Fujien Wisteria Garden, in the city of Kitakyushu, offers ticketed admission from April 22 to May 7.


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Ashikaga Flower Park

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Ashikaga Flower Park

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