Nemophila the small blue flower is known as Rurikarakusa in Japanese. It originally grows in North America annually but it can be seen in lots of parks and gardens of Japan from mid-April till early May.
The herb plant grows up to 20cm tall and produces blue flowers between 2 to 3cm. These small blue flowers usually cover a small part of parks or gardens but it is different at Hitachi Seaside Park.
Large number of Nemophila creates an endless blue sea flowing into the blue sky of the Spring.
There is no boundary between the blue ground and the blue sky.
Let’s drown in the sea of Nemophila soon after corona ends!