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Ashikaga Flower Park, wisteria blossoms during the Golden Week holidays—a photo story.

With great anticipation, we took the Tohoku Shinkansen from Tokyo to Ohtawara.

A part of ‘Shrines and Temples of Nikko’, a UNESCO World Heritage site, this shrine is believed to be one of Japan’s most lavishly decorated shrines.
The aroma of wisteria blossoms is in the night air. The din and bustle of the daytime has quieted down, and everyone is impressed by the silent beauty of this light up.
Isabella Bird was a Victorian woman who led an unconventional life. Arriving in Japan in 1878, she planned an ambitious journey to Hokkaido. Her first stop was Nikko.
Chuzen-ji Lake has a lot of beautiful faces, depending on the time of the day or season, the direction you are looking in, or how high or low you are.
Yunoko Lake is a 3km round lovely lake in inner Nikko. A good walking trail circles the shore, and rental boats are available at the Nikko-Yumoto Rest House on the lake