June 10, 2010

Hanashobu (Japanese Iris) in Higashi Gyoen


I visited Higashi Gyoen (The East Gardens of Imperial Palace) to view Hanashobu (Japanese iris) today.
84 varieties iris grow by Ninomaru pond.
That iris field is not so large, but those iriese are maintained carfuly.








(Note)
These photos were taken on Jun 10 , 2010.

4 comments:

Malyss said...

You, Japanese people, have really a great talent to magnify what is already beautyful!I had never seen so much irises growing like in bouquets, with so much different and lovely colors!

Rambling Round said...

How beautiful!

you-wee because said...

Konnichi-wa Nobu-san!

I hope you are doing well! But when having a look to your great photos of the Japanese Iris flowers, I feel that your are surrounded with harmony - at least in the Higashi Gyoen - the East Garden. The wonderful park and respite in the middle of the city that never sleeps.

Have a nice and pleasant weekend!

Uwe.

echo said...

Ah, another of my favorite flowers! Amazing photos, thank you!!

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