Unique competition to create beautiful gardens on trucks in Japan
Tokyo: Every country in the world has some wonderful things, places and festivals, etc. that are amazing to see. The “Truck Garden Contest“, held every year in Japan, is also one of them.
In Japan, some of the largest vehicles from loader Suzuki are called “ki tura” (key trucks), which are widely used in all walks of life, from construction to agriculture. Although these vehicles were invented only in Japan, today they are seen running on roads and trails under different names in most countries in Asia.
The Key Truck Garden Contest is organized by “Japan Federation of Landscape Contractors”, as was once the decorative competition of Karachi’s W11 buses each year.
The truck owners who participate in the competition set up small gardens on their own “Tora”, after which the contest management decides which car gardens should be rewarded.