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Numerous azalea bushes
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Nezu Station (Chiyoda Line) platform. Just follow the sign to get out the correct exit. 根津駅
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On the street, just follow the signs to Nezu Shrine. Only a few minutes walk.
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Nezu Shrine torii gate 根津神社
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Nezu Shrine torii gate 根津神社
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The Bunkyo Tsutsuji Matsuri or Azalea Festival is held from April to early May at Nezu Shrine which has a slope filled with 50 varieties of azaleas.
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Azalea Garden and Nezu Shrine gate 楼門(国指定重文)
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The azaleas usually reach full bloom in late April, but there are flowers which bloom later or earlier so there's always something in bloom during the festival period.
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Azalea bushes and Ryotei teahouse
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This bridge was recently rebuilt.
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The large slope of azalea bushes have walking paths where you can see and photograph the flowers up close.
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Pine branches and azaleas
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Nezu Shrine, Tokyo
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Red and white azaleas
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Some bushes are in full bloom, while others are still too early.
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Entry to the azalea garden. 200 yen admission (actually a donation). Open 9am to 5 pm.
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Walking path among the azaleas.
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Shrine gate and azaleas.
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This variety of azaleas are the most common in Japan.
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Many exotic varieties of azaleas.
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Mixed colors
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Dainty ones
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Flower crush
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Great view for lunch.
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Guess who was there too? Nobuyoshi Araki, Japan's most famous photographer shooting the azaleas at Nezu Shrine, Tokyo. That's a Canon EOS 7 film camera.
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Top of the slope.
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Quite spectacular from the top. Nezu Shrine.
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Azaleas and torii gates, Nezu Shrine
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Buds to bloom
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White and pink mixed together.
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This little hill was spectacular.
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All these reds and pinks drove my eyes crazy.
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They cannot bloom any better than this.
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The White One
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Azaleas and torii gates
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Azaleas and torii gates
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This was a weekday so it is less crowded than the weekend.
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Water fountain and azaleas in spring
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How do they mix these flower colors?
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Water fountain and azaleas in spring
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More flower blobs...
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Azalea Ball
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Can you believe yellow azaleas??
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Great relief for the eyes after seeing so much red and pink. Yellow azaleas.
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Splotch of pink on white
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Wish they also wrote the name in English... ハナグルマ
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Torii gates and azaleas
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Torii gates and azaleas
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Yellow wisteria
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Path of azalea.
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Ashikaga Flower Park, Tochigi.
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Entrance to an area called the Sea of Azaleas. ツツジの海
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Yet another large wisteria trellis, called Purple Wisteria Trellis. むらさき藤棚
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Purple Wisteria Trellis. むらさき藤棚
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Purple Wisteria Trellis. むらさき藤棚
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Pond at Heisei Garden. Genshinan (源心庵) Tea ceremony room on the left. Edogawa, Tokyo
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In the following year, I revisited the garden to see the azalea in late April.
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Revisited the garden to see the azalea.
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Still a little early for these ones.
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Azaleas also bloom around the same time as wisteria at Kameido Tenjin Shrine. Both flowers symbolize Golden Week which is a string of holidays in late April and early May, serving as spring vacation for many workers.
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First bridge and azaleas
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Azaleas bloom in late April-early May.
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Azaleas in bloom
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Azaleas in bloom
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Sarue Onshi Park has azalea, sakura cherry blossoms, and autumn leaves. Near Sumiyoshi Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line subway and Kinshicho Station.
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Azalea bloom in late April to early May.
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The park is popular with joggers and people walking their dogs.
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Tsutsujigaoka Park is a 15-20-min. walk from Tatebayashi Station.
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It's a pleasant walk with azalea decorating the sidewalk.
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There were these flower racks too.
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Azaleas continue to lead the way to the park.
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Street corner with another tanuki. These tanuki are made in Shigaraki, Shiga Prefecture.
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Tanuki in Tatebayashi, Gunma.
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Entrance to Tatebayashi City Hall is also decorated with azaleas.
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Wisteria
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Along Tsuruudagawa River were koinobori carp streamers flanked by cherry trees and azaleas.
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Koinobori and azaleas in Tatebayashi, Gunma.
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The length of most of the koinobori is shorter than usual. Unlike the giant ones at Kannamachi also in Gunma.
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The koinobori are strung from late March to mid-May. Especially spectacular when the cherries are in bloom during late March to mid-April.
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In April and May, thousands of flying carp streamers grace the Tsuruudogawa River connected to Lake Jonuma.
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View from Fureai Bridge. These carp were once registered in the Guiness Book of World Records as having the most koinobori (over 6,000).
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View from Fureai Bridge in Tatebayashi.
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