Ashikaga is a Japanese park that has a beautiful tree, namely wisteria, which is already 150 years old.
It attracts tourists from all over the world with its incredible pink-purple flowers. These flowers form brushes that hang over the ground.
When you look at a plant that has spread its branches over 2,000 square meters, you get the impression that this is a painting.
In general, wisteria belongs to the liana family, and she had to use special steel supports to support heavy branches.
Essentially, visitors walk under a flower cloud, and incredible photos can be taken here.
Flowering lasts from April to May, and everyone can come to enjoy the views.