The Kawachi Fuji Garden is one of those hot spots / places to see before you die locations in Japan.
There are two tunnels, a dome, a small trail and an additional Fuji flower rack at this location. it really is pretty cool and very photogenic.
Although I was about a week early to get the full Fuji flower blast, the location was still very beautiful.
The only problem is places like this are often times very crowded in Japan, especially in the spring. So shooting around the crowds can be difficult and it requires a bit more work. In this case, it took shooting several shots that I then to combine together to get one clean, people free image.
It's a simple process and can really save your shot when traveling to those crowded locations.
The breakdown of how I get some of these shots and my different photography techniques are often my most popular posts. So with this night building shot ok Tokyo, I've decided to do a detailed write-up sharing a few basic techniques because shots like this are a little more complicated than your normal landscape.