The ''Waterfall Thousand Year Camellia'' at Taki, Yosano-machi, Kyoto Prefecture, which is estimated to be 1,200 years old, is at its peak, with deep red petals quietly blooming on the huge tree.

The Thousand Year Camellia is a camellia that is approximately 10 meters tall and has a trunk circumference of 3.3 meters, and is a designated natural monument of Kyoto Prefecture. It spread its roots along the stream and bloomed at the bottom, showing off its majesty in the mountains. According to the museum, there are fewer flowers than usual, and the best time to see them is until around April 14th.

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