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Miharu Takizakura三春滝桜(休業中)

Place famous for cherry blossoms

"This famous cherry tree is considered one of the three most beautiful in Japan. On October 12th, 1922, it was the first cherry tree in the country to be designated a National Natural Monument. 13.5 meters tall and 11.3 meters in root circumference, the huge red weeping cherry tree of Edo-higan cherry group is said to be over 1,000 years old. The tree's name literally translates as ""Three Spring Waterfall Cherry,"" a name it was given because the countless blossoms the tree blooms with in spring, sprouting from branches sprawling in all directions, look like a waterfall."


Fukushima Tamura-gun (KoriyamaArea)


[Flower timing] Every year from around Mid-Apr. late

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Fukushima Tamura-gun [ map ]
[Flower timing] Every year from around Mid-Apr. late
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[Admission fee to view] 300yen per person (High School Students and above)
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Temporary closure:Currently closed (information as of July 6, 2020)
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