The world's largest flower, the Amorphophallus titanum, which is native to Indonesia's Sumatra island has drawn huge crowds as it bloomed in Tokyo's Koishikawa Botanical Gardens.
At full bloom the plant gives off a terrible smell. The plant has grown from a seed donated in 1993.
The Koishikawa Botanical Gardens open from 9am-4pm and are closed on Mondays.
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