Have you ever heard or seen KATAKURI flowers? In English it is called Erythronium japonicum, (according to a botanical dictionary) and usually grows in mountains.
Yesterday Yuki and I visited a private forest where it takes 40 minutes drive from our house.
The forest is open to the public only for ten days in this season.
It's difficult to show KAKAURI with my cell phone.
I took a photo closing to a flower.
They serve these woods for free. So we took two pieces.
Of course they are for Akari. Probably she will come this consecutive holidays called golden week.