On March 27, my friend and I went to see ume blossoms in this park. The park boasts its abundance of ume trees. A total of about 1,500 trees and 120 varieties are planted.
The friend of mine was wearing kimono at this time. Look! The coordinates of her kimono is wonderful. Her ornamental hairpin represents ume blossoms, which are not ordinal ume blossoms but bluish ones. The city, where the park is located, has the name of Ome, and the meaning of Ome is a blue Japanese plum.