Kyoto Botanical Garden[Kyoto/Japan]
Kyoto Botanical Garden [KYOTO / JAPAN]
The different scenes of the four seasons give birth to various plant, creating a lively atmosphere Kyoto Botanical Garden is the first public botanical garden in Japan. It was opened in 1924, and was temporarily closed for a period, reopening to the public in 1961. It is loved by the people of Kyoto. Right now the garden is home to over 12 thousand plant species and 120 thousand plants, all with different natural temperaments that change with the seasons. The garden is spacious with various forests including cherry trees and maple forests, making it an ideal location for nature photography.
- Cherry Blossom
- Autumn Foliage
- Night View
Blue skies, green trees, and blooming cherry blossoms
When Winter ends and Spring approaches, new leaves start to appear on branches. During late March, more than 450 cherry trees in the garden start to bloom. Due to near hundred species, late April is when the beauty is at it’s fullest. Enjoy the picturesque outdoor sceneries of Japan in Spring, surrounded by the natural sceneries of blue skies and green trees, decorated by beautiful cherry blossoms.
Cherry blossom season: Late March to Late April
Cherry blossoms petals flickering in the dark a dreamy cherry blossom night scene
The Kyoto Botani-Gardens during early April becomes even more interesting near night time, when the light lights and pink cherry blossoms display a different appearance. The surrounding night makes the illuminated cherry blossoms even more enchanting, clouded in a surreal atmosphere, a highly recommended location.