Plant name: Fuji best time to see: From early April to late April
The wisteria flowers are in bloom.
Wisteria is a deciduous vine of the genus Wisteria in the family Leguminosae. It grows naturally in the mountains and has been planted in gardens for a long time, and is mainly enjoyed by making shelves. It is a plant that has a long lifespan and is said to be over 1000 years old.
In Oizumi Ryokuchi, you can see it in a large pergola, and the flower color is white as well as purple.
As of April 11, early ones have begun to bloom.
From now on, the number of leaves will increase, and as the flowering progresses, the flowers will hang down longer.
<For customers who enjoy cherry blossom viewing>
Every year, when the cherry blossoms are in bloom, the area is particularly dense, so please refrain from laying a sheet and viewing cherry blossoms or eating and drinking to prevent the spread of infection.
In addition, cherry-blossom viewing accompanied by eating and drinking in "areas other than Sakura Square" increases the risk of infection.
- ・ Same table (same sheet) for up to 4 people ・ Eating and drinking within about 2 hours ・ Thorough mask dinner, etc.
- Please take thorough infection control measures.
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