The area around Mandaraji Temple, which was founded in the early 14 century, is maintained as a park and is a famous place for Japanese wisterias. About 60 wisterias representing 12 varieties ranging from early- to late-bloomers have been planted there, proudly come into splendid bloom from spring to early summer. A wisteria festival held from late April to early May, and there are various other events such as Yomemi Matsuri and a parade of seven Sengoku-period warlords connected with Konan. The 300 or so peonies all blooming at the same time are a sight to see.
|Location|| : 〒483-8336
202, Tera-machi, Maehibo-town, Konan-City, Aichi
|Parking||: 20 free parking spaces, 5 bus parking spaces|
|Phone number||: 0587-54-1111|
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|Ramp (width)||〇 200cm|
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