Meguro River Cherry Trees目黒川の桜並木
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.
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
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