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Mandaraji Park

202 Maehibochoteramachi, Konan 483-8336, Aichi Prefecture
+81 587-54-1111
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must sees wisterias and peonies

Mandaraji temple is surround by japonese wisterias since 14th century is mainteined as a park... read more

Reviewed 19 March 2017
Val M
The Majesty of the Aphananthe Aspera

I visited here to enjoy seeing the wisterias the day before the opening day of the Wisteria... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2016
Masahiro_12
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Ichinomiya, Japan
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19 Mar 2017
“must sees wisterias and peonies”
22 Apr 2016
“The Majesty of the Aphananthe Aspera”
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202 Maehibochoteramachi, Konan 483-8336, Aichi Prefecture
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+81 587-54-1111
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Reviewed 19 March 2017

Mandaraji temple is surround by japonese wisterias since 14th century is mainteined as a park famous place about 60 wisterias representing 12 varieties ranging from early to late bloomers have been planted there, proudly come into splendid bloom from spring to early summer.

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Reviewed 23 April 2016

I visited here to enjoy seeing the wisterias the day before the opening day of the Wisteria Festival in Mangara-ji Park. I was impressed in the beauty of the wisterias and the peonies but more impressed in the majesty of the aphananthe aspera being in...More

Thank Masahiro_12
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