Japan offers incredibly beautiful scenes in terms of nature. Wisteria tunnel is just one of those beautiful scenes. This tunnel is placed in Kawachi Fuji Gardens in Kitakyushu, Japan. You will be amazed by the incredible pinkish and purplish colors of wisteria trees.
Wisteria, which is an ornamental vine, is a member of the pea family. It is wildly popular in both Eastern and Western gardens for its graceful hanging flowers and its ornate, winding branches. Easily trained, the woody vines tend to reach maturity within a few years, at which point they bloom in cascades of long, lavender flowers of varying pastel shades. There are about 150 flowering wisteria plants of roughly 20 species that create this famous colorful flower tunnel.