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Cherry blossoms are one of the symbols of Japan that have been loved by Japanese people since the Heian period. As a symbol of many spring flowers, it is said to mean the beginning of auspicious things. It is also said to have the meaning of abundance as a tree where the god of grain abundance resides.
The wisteria, which blooms downward-facing light purple and white flower clusters, has been considered a noble flower, and its beauty has been described in many waka poems. In the "Kojiki" (Records of Ancient Matters), there is a story about a male god wearing clothes made from wisteria vines and capturing the heart of a goddess. This suggests that it has long been popular with people. Wisteria has a strong reproductive power, and the appearance of growing vines while entwining with other trees is a symbol of longevity and prosperity of descendants.
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