In keeping with our natural theme following Sunday’s #ChillOutSunday post, today we want you to #GetCultured in regards to Japanese Botanical Gardens.
There are over 300 botanical gardens in Japan, all of which are different. Their diversity is what attracts visitors from all over the world. These gardens contain plants native to Japan, originating from various mountainous regions, aquatic habitats and woodland areas.
The collections are supposed to represent different periods of Japanese history and horticulture.
We would recommend a trip to the Koishikawa Botanical Garden in Tokyo, which belongs to the nearby Tokyo University. It is well known for its beautiful display of pink Cherry Blossom trees which are native to Japan.