Kyoto always has something to offer every season, and June – a month right smack in the middle of spring and summer – is no exception. Hydrangeas of all colors bloom in this old capital, and the best places to visit for hydrangea blooming are: Mimurotoji (10,000 stalks), Sanzen-in (3000 stalks), Yoshimine-dera (10,000 stalks), Kannon-ji (10,000 stalks), Ichigon-ji (5000 stalks), Fujinomori Shrine (3000 stalks), Umenomiya Shrine (only 500 stalks, but can view irises at the same time), and Maizuru Natural Culture Garden (100,000 stalks – the biggest hydrangea garden in Kansai!).
Though rainy season is coming soon in Japan, these fluffy lovelies will definitely brighten up the country!
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