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ふじの回廊 Alley of Fuji
Japan

この「ふじの回廊」は藤岡町の花である「ふじ」に親しむことのできる散策道で、372mの区間に九尺藤,紫三尺、八重黒竜,しろばな藤の4種が植栽され、5月上旬に満開となります。

Alley of Fuji is an alley where the fuji,or Japanese wisteria flower,which symbolizes the town of  Fujioka,can be enjoyed by passers by.

Four kinds of wisteria are planted here covering the trellises along the alley:

Kushaku-fuji,Murasaki-sansyaku,Yae-kokuryu and Shirobana-fuji.

Visitors are captivated every year when the flowers reach full bloom in early May.

Copyright: Haruhiko Nakayama
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Uploaded: 16/05/2012
Updated: 06/08/2014
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