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Japanese Wisteria Tunnel

These photos were taken at the Kawachi Fuji Garden, about a four hour drive from Tokyo, but there are wisteria festivals all over Japan, including at the Kameido-Tenjin Shrine, where tourists in the Edo period often visited the famous wisteria; the Wake Wisteria Park, in Wake-cho, Okayama, and at Ashikaga Flower Park, which has three massive wisteria trellises that extend 3,280 feet squared. (Time Out Tokyo has a list of additional notable wisteria around the city worth visiting.)

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Pierre Dal Corso

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Tico Armand photographed by Loretta Houston / Schon Magazine

Avnah Couture | Cotrice Collection

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Artist & Illustrator:
Sarah Joncas
“Sleep Lines”
12” x 16”, Oils

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Artist & Illustrator:

Sarah Joncas

“Sleep Lines”

12” x 16”, Oils

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Artist:
Milan Nenezic
Part of the “I’m So Beautiful” Series.

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Artist:

Milan Nenezic

Part of the “I’m So Beautiful” Series.

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