When Mr. and Mrs. Kuroki married in 1956, they led a difficult, but rewarding life together. Every morning the couple would get up early to take care of his farm 60 dairy cows and raising two children on the way. They barely had time to rest, but hoped that someday his hard off for work when they retire, and so could take a trip to Japan.Unfortunately, these plans changed when diabetes Mrs. Kuroki made him unexpectedly lose their sight to premature age of 52. She was absolutely heartbroken and began to isolate themselves from the rest of the world. Mr. Kuroki could not bear to see his wife as well, so he began to think of ways to encourage her.
Before long, Mr. Kuroki was inspired by a simple Shibazakura pink flower which bloomed in the garden of the family.Instantly he realized that the beauty of this flower does not have to be an exclusive for those who have the gift of breath, but also could be experienced and appreciated through the sense of smell treatment. That was when it was proposed to create an entire garden full of these flowers for his wife. Mr. Kuroki hope was that this fragrant garden delight not only his wife but also to attract visitors to Mrs. Kuroki smile again.
For two years, the devoted husband worked to produce this garden while he cared for the young plants that will soon surround his home. Now, more than 7,000 people visit the home Kuroki from March to April, reveling in the sea of pink flowers aromatic representing this poignant love story. Some are lucky enough to meet Mr. or Ms. Kuroki and when they do, they immediately realized that Mrs. Kuroki has a radiant smile that spreads across his face.