These flowers were given by the chrysanthemum flower groups, whose relationship with MEIJI JINGU run deep to celebrate the festival of MEIJI JINGU.
The chrysanthemum flower is a perennial plant that has a long tradition in Japan. It was largely improved about 300 years ago and became a flower of appreciation.
There are many kinds of chrysanthemum flowers. There are white, yellow, pink and red variations of the flower, whose size too, may vary from large to small.
They need so much water that it is necessary to water them twice a day, in the morning and the evening. Much effort is needed to cultivate the flower. The shape of the chrysanthemum represents the Imperial Family.