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Ashakika Park

The Achaikika Park is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the city of Ashikaga in the Japanese prefecture of Tochigi, which is one and a half to two hours away from Tokyo, and the area of ​​the park is approximately 93,000.00 m 2, and it displays in addition to other flowers the beauty of the wisteria plant; it contains more than 350 species of Wisteria is at its peak during the spring months, when entrance fees to the park are the highest compared to other seasons, and wisteria flowers enjoy many colors, such as: pink, purple, and blue.
Ashakika Park was the only Japanese site, which was chosen in 2014 by the American CNN television station, as one of ten destinations people dream of visiting, and it includes a wisteria garden that spanned a decade ago on an area of ​​72 square meters, and after many years wisteria expanded more than Ten times to reach this area of ​​1000 square meters.

Wisteria plant

The origin of this plant is due to the Asian countries and North America, and it is widely cultivated in other regions of the world because of its attractive growth method, and its beautiful and abundant flowers. The plant has exceeded the scope of cultivation in non-indigenous places, and has become considered an invasive species, and is considered wisteria The plant species contains 8-10 species, which are usually woven vines from the family of peas, most of which are large, fast growing, and can live in poor soils.

Laws of the garden

The following points explain the entry hours, days of visit, and entrance fees for the Ashakika Park:

  • Visit daysThe garden is open every day of the year, except for the third Wednesday, the third Thursday of February, and the day of December 31.
  • Entry hoursThe entrance hours to the garden are divided into two parts: From the beginning of March until late November, from nine in the morning until six in the evening, and from late November until early March, from ten in the morning until five in the evening.
  • entrance feesThe entrance fees to the park vary according to the season, and the fees have the highest value from mid-April to mid-May, and they are 1700 yen, while the lowest fees are from July to February and are 300 yen.

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