Place famous for cherry blossoms Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Meguro River Cherry Trees
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Meguro Kawazoe road
    This line of cherry trees that stretches along both sides of the Meguro River for about 3.8 kilometers is one of Tokyo’s best spots for hanami (cherry blossom viewing). About 800 cherry trees (mostly of the Somei-Yoshino variety) have been planted along the river from near Ikejiri-ohashi Station to the vicinity of Fudo-mae Station. In spring a cherry blossom festival is held and the areas is full of yatai food stalls. The beauty of the cherry blossom petals floating on the Meguro River is a must-see. Children and the elderly should take care during the busy seasons, however, as it can become quite crowded.
  • Tetsugakudo Park
    74 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Nakano-ku Matsugaoka 1-34-28
    "A municipal park established in the Matsugaoka area to the north of Nakano Ward in 1904. Called the ""Philosophy Theme Park,"" the roughly 56,000 square meter grounds have pathways, stone structures, and unique buildings that are all related to philosophy. Enjoy a leisurely walk while getting a peak into the world of founder Enryu Inoue. Also known as Professor Yokai Japanese ghost, he founded today's Toyo University. There are 100 cherry, plum, and other flowering trees on site, making it the ward's leading spot for blossom viewing."

    Its nice year round. Nice waking trails along the river. Japanese garden features. Statues of world religious leaders.

  • Harimazaka Cherry Blossom Avenue
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Koishikawa 4, 5 chome boundary
    Harimazaka is a hill named after a residence which once stood in the area that was used by the Matsudaira governors of Harima Province. In 1960 when the hill was paved, some 150 cherry trees were planted along the road; today they create a splendid avenue of cherry blossoms in spring, delighting countless visitors every year. The Bunkyo City Cherry Blossom Festival is held annually between late March and early April when the cherry blossoms are at their peak.
  • Grand Prince Hotel Takanawa Japanese Garden
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Minato-ku Takanawa 3-13-1
    This hotel is located a five-minute walk from the Takanawa Exit of JR Shinagawa Station. The Japanese garden, surrounded on three sides by Prince Hotels, has been planted with a variety of plant life and is also a famous and renowned destination for cherry blossom viewing in the spring. Some 17 varieties of cherry trees alone grow in the garden, including Kawazu, Oshima, Yoshino, and hill cherries. The garden holds a cherry blossom festival each year in spring, and during this time the cherry trees are lit up at night; the hotels also offer special flower viewing lodging and meal plans. In addition, the garden is dotted with historic sites such as a temple belfry and Kannondo temple hall.
  • Komatsugawa Senbon-zakura
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Edogawa-ku Komatsugawa 123-chome Chisaki
    A five-minute walk from Higashi-ojima Station on the Toei Subway Shinjuku Line. This two-kilometer-long stretch of the land, extending south-north from the area near Higashi-ojima Station to the Keiyo Road, has been planted with rows of cherry trees. Some 1,000 cherry trees, including Yoshino cherries, Oshima cherries, and eight other varieties, grow alongside the Arakawa River weir, which was built to protect the area from flooding. During the Komatsugawa Senbonzakura Festival, held each year in spring, a variety of events are held here and the area bustles with visitors. From March until November, you can do barbecuing here and take in the beautiful flowers and greenery.
  • Kunitachi City Daigaku-dori Street/Sakura-dori Street
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Kunitachi-shi Higashi 1-chome 22
    "Daigaku-dori Street, which extends straight south from JR Kunitachi Station, is lined with large cherry and gingko trees. Sakura-dori Street, which stretches east and west from Daigaku-dori Street, is lined on both sides with cherry trees, just as its name implies (""sakura"" means ""cherry tree/cherry blossom"" in Japanese). In spring, the Yoshino cherries, Kanzakura cherries, Yae red weeping cherry, Oshima-zakura cherry, hill cherries, and other cherry tree varieties growing along these streets come into bloom, and each year in early April the Kunitachi Sakura Festival is held in Yaho Daisan Park situated along Sakura-dori Street. Traffic in the area becomes quite congested during this time, and visitors are recommended to walk or make use of the Kunikko city bus service."
  • Baiganji Temple Weeping Cherries
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Ome-shi Nakacho 235
    This ancient Shingon Buddhist temple is recorded to have been founded in the Chotoku era (995-998) by mid-Heian period priest Kancho. The temple enshrines a statue and foot imprint of the great priest Kobo Daishi, and it is said stepping on this foot imprint endows one with the same spiritual merit as walking the Shikoku 88 Temple Pilgrimage. The weeping cherry tree standing in front of the main temple building has been designated a Natural Monument by Ome City. The huge, three-meter-tall tree is 150 years old. Said to be the sister tree to the weeping cherry on the grounds of the Kongoji Temple, another ancient temple in the city, each year, usually around the beginning of April, the tree comes into bloom, creating extraordinarily beautiful and elegant scenery. During this time, many tourists come to see the tree and its blossom-covered branches which hang so far down they practically touch the ground, and the tree is one of the most famous cherry trees in Tokyo.
  • Nakano-dori Avenue
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Nakano-ku Nakano 5- Matsugaoka 2
    The common name of Tokyo Metropolitan Road Route 420. Running approximately seven kilometers between Yamate-dori Avenue and Kannana-dori Avenue, it connects Sasazuka in Shibuya Ward and Nishi-Ochiai in Shinjuku Ward. The roughly two-kilometer stretch from Nakano Station to Shin-ome Kaido Avenue through Araiyakushi Temple is one of Tokyo's leading cherry blossom spots. About 300 cherry trees are planted along both sides of the road, and at their peak they form an arch of blossoms over the road. Araiyakushi Park is the main venue for the Nakano-dori Sakura Festival, a major event during the period attended by over 100,000 visitors. It features a variety of events including stage performances of singing and hula dancing, as well as a karaoke competition, brass band performance, and a parade.
  • Rikugien no Sakura
    959 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Bunkyo-ku Hon-komagome 6-chome 16-3

    We went there in early autumn to see the illumination but the trees havent quite turned colors yet. If you are coming by the Komagome Station, ignore the big signage pointing you to the garden...

  • Edogawa Park
    58 Reviews
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Bunkyo-ku Sekiguchi 2-1

    This place is nice for a stroll if you are in the neighborhood. Nothing fancy, but you can see some birds in the canal on the way to edogawabashi station. Better head towards Waseda though. Theres a...

  • Koyatsu Umezono
    13 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
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    1910年の洪水で廃園になった小村井梅園を1994年に再現したようです。 ぜひ梅の咲く2月ごろに訪れたい場所ですね。 85種類の梅があるようです!!

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