Shot at Mukōjima-Hyakkaen Garden in Higashi Mukoujima, Tokyo.
It is a flower garden. 'Hyakkaen' means an awful lot of flowers. As its name suggested, many flowers were blooming in the garden at the time of visiting. It was opened in 1804. So it has a history over 200 years.
A variety of flowers were there. Unfortunately, I didn't have a detailed knowledge about flowers. So I didn't know the most of the names of flowers blooming in the garden. All the same, I didn't know the name of the flower in the photo. Yet it was no skin off its nose. It bloomed beautifully.
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August 12, 2005
Higashi Mukoujima, Tokyo
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