True love is when people, even old people, love and care for each other. Unfortunately, true feelings are becoming increasingly rare.
However, an elderly couple from Japan proves us otherwise. Yukaso and Toshiyuki got married fifty years ago.
The most interesting thing in their story is that the marriage was not for love but by agreement of their parents.
But soon after the wedding, they realized they were made for each other.
The young couple began to live very happily despite the difficulties.
The Kuroku family was engaged in heavy agricultural work. There was a lot of work but little income.
However, even in the most difficult times, Yasuko always supported her husband.
After the birth of the children, the couple decided to start farming and bought several cows.
Despite the fact that they had to get up very early, take care of the cattle and work in the fields during the day, their life began to improve.
They were able to support and raise children, then began to save money for travel.
But unfortunately, their dreams were not destined to come true.
One morning, Yasuko felt pain in her eye and went to the city hospital with her husband. .
Doctors were unable to establish a diagnosis and sent the spouses home.
The next day, the woman’s condition worsened and one day she became completely blind.
The doctors couldn’t do anything.
Yasuko was diabetic and maybe that was the cause.
Over time, the woman reconciled as her husband tried to surround her with care and love.
Knowing that his wife loves flowers very much, Toshiyuki planted roses in the garden called shibazakura.
They are bright pink in color and bloom almost all summer and fall, plus these flowers are fragrant.
Over the next ten years, the man planted flowers on an area of almost three thousand square meters.
Around their house turned out to be a real fragrant pink carpet. Their house became known throughout the region.
Locals and tourists came to see the beautiful flowers and talk to the Yasuko.
The woman liked to talk to everyone. Indeed, because of her eyesight, she almost always sat at home and did not communicate with anyone.