The 149-year-old wisteria tree attracts Japanese tourists

Located in Ashikaga Park, the old wisteria tree has a splendid beauty, the canopy covers more than 1,000 square meters.

The 149-year-old wisteria tree in Ashikaga Park (Tochigi prefecture) is the oldest and largest wisteria tree in Japan. Canopy covers an area of up to 1,000 m2. Photo: Bored Panda.

Planted in 1870, this wisteria tree has become a popular tourist destination in Japan. Photo: Weirdasianews.

The above species has a wooden trunk but belongs to the liana family. As the canopy grew wider and the vines were tangled, the Japanese used an iron pole system to reduce the weight of the tree trunk. Photo: Simplemost.

The wisteria flower in Japan is a symbol of eternal love. The petals are soft, but the stems and roots are strong and strong, showing the special side of love. That is the couple must always persevere to overcome difficulties and challenges. Photo: Pinterest.

At night, the park is lit, the purple wisteria flower blends with the light, creating a magical, romantic space, attracting many tourists in the wisteria season. Address: Ashikaga Park: 607 Hasamacho, Ashikaga, Tochigi. Photo: Reddit.

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