Japanese flora is not only the famous cherry trees, whose bloom is lavishly celebrated. In this country you can see stunning bamboo groves, humid equatorial forests, and in mountainous areas – Siberian firs or alpine vegetation. There is something for everyone in Japan, as the country lies within the range of as many as 3 climate zones.
#1 Bamboo Forest
#2 Fields of Flowers in Hokkaido
#3 Koi Carp Swimming in a Street Canal
#4 Spherical Cloud Resembling a Snowball
#5 Place Where the Sea of Japan Meets the Sand Dunes (Tottori Prefecture)
#6 Dazzling Wisteria That Is 150 Years Old
#7 Blanket of Blue Porcelain at Hitachi Seaside Park
#8 This Is the so-Called Japanese Way of the World. It Is Formed When the Autumn Sun Illuminates the Road Leading to Miyajidake Temple in Fukutsu
#9 The Blue Light on Toyama Beach Emits a Particular Species of Squid (Watasenia Scintillans). The Spectacle Takes Place in the Spring During the Mollusks’ Spawning Season
#10 Moving a Tree During Construction of a New Road
#11 Stunning Wisteria That Is 150 Years Old
#12 Stone Museum in Chichibu City. The Exhibits Resemble People’s Faces
#13 Blooming Japanese Cherry Tree
#14 Field of Tulips Against the Background of the Mountains in Toyama
#15 Falling Leaves of a Ginkgo Tree That Stands in Front of a Temple
#16 An Impressive Maple Tree That Is About 400 Years Old
#17 Stone Garden in Front of KongōBU-Ji Temple in KōYa-CHō
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Japanese maple leaves fried in tempura are considered a delicacy. They are deep fried and can be eaten with rice or sauce.