The number one award winning illumination display in Japan found at Ashikaga Flower Park near Tokyo.
Ashikaga Flower Park (足利フラワーパーク) is known for its wisteria trees from mid April to mid May. The park offers more than 350 wisteria trees in 6 variants and has 8 seasonal thematic displays a year.
To get to the Ashikaga Flower Park take the JR Utsunomiya Line, JR Shonan-Shinjuku Line, and transfer to the JR Ryomo Line. Get off at Tomita Station, one station before Ashikaga Station, from there it is a 15-minute walk to the park.
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