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  • Jennifer Brown

    Japanese Flower Garden - Kawachi Fuji Garden Wisteria Tunnel, Fuji, Japan

  • Tola

    Kawachi Fuji Garden in Japan (Wisteria Tunnel) @Christin Abbott this looks like it'd fit in your bucket list destinations :)

  • Courtney Porra

    Kawachi Fuji Garden's incredible wisteria tunnel. I love wisteria trees!!

  • Sara Wilson

    Kawachi Fuji Garden. The Japanese garden of flowers Fuzhi Kawachi is located in Kitakyushu towns that 4 hour drive from Tokyo. A striking landmark is the garden Wisteria Tunnel.

  • Vic (Jane Austen's World)

    Wisteria Tunnel - Kawachi Fuji Garden in Japan. #Garden #Japanese #Wisteria

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