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Pseudonym reading Country designation
Specified type Natural monuments and plants
Type December 14, 1938
Designated date
Specified details Ichinohe-cho Kotoriya character Inshoji
owner Individual
Holding group
Management organization
home page Ichinohe Town (visiting cultural assets in Ichinohe Town)
Introduction of designated cultural assets of Ichinohe-cho


Fujishima's Fuji is located in Kotogaya, Ichinohe-cho, and is said to be the largest tree in Japan's Fuji.
This wisteria is bluish-purple flowered, and the temple is Nodafuji with a right-handed winding, root stem circumference 36 m 60 cm, height about 20 m.
The tree is believed to be several hundred years old, and the trees are flourishing and have beautiful flowers every year.