If Japan is still on your travel to-do-list, then you must visit the Hydrangea temple (and don’t forget your camera).
Japanese Hydrangea temple
In Japan, one of the countries where the Hydrangea originally comes from, you can find the Meigetsu-in Temple in Kamakura. This temple is also known as the Hydrangea temple. This isn’t so strange considering that during the rainy season in June, the area surrounding the temple turns into a blue flower sea of ball shaped Hydrangeas. Would you like to know more about the Hydrangea temple? Take a look at the Wikipedia page about the Meigetsu-in Temple.