Ishiwarizakura (The Rock-Splitting Cherry Tree)

Place famous for cherry blossoms
This an edohigan cherry tree that is more than 360 years old which has taken root near the prefectural offices in Morioka City. It grows from a large crack in a huge granite builder 21 meters in circumference. The tree was designated as a Natural Monument in 1923 and blooms every year from about mid-April.

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Iwate Pref. Moriokashi Uchimaru 9-1 map map Map
8:30-17:15 (viewable from the sidewalk during Evenings)
SaturdaySundayPublic holidays (Viewable from sidewalk)
[Admiration fee] Free
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Estimated stay time
0-30 minutes

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN


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