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Ueno Park上野恩賜公園

Event

Ueno Park is an urban park developed on land that was formerly the temple precincts of the Toeizan Kan’ei-ji Temple. Various cultural facilities are located in the Park, including several art museums, other museums, and a zoo. A total of around 1,200 cherry trees have been planted in the Park, including trees of the Yoshino, Sato-zakura, hill cherry and Kanhi-zakura varieties; Ueno Park is renowned as one of the best places in Tokyo to view cherry blossom. During the “Ueno Cherry Blossom Festival,” which is held from mid-March through into mid-April, there are a large number of food-stalls etc. in the Park, and the cherry blossom is illuminated using paper lanterns until 20:00. Opening hours for Ueno Park are from 5:00 to 23:00. Shops, restaurants, toilets, and paid parking available. The nearest station is Ueno Station.

place

Tokyo Taitou-ku Uenokouen / Ikenodome 3-chome

phone 0338285644
place

5:00-23:00

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Details

Address

Tokyo Taitou-ku Uenokouen / Ikenodome 3-chome [map]

Phone

0338285644

Flowering state of cherry blossoms
the end
Cherry blossom forecast
Mid-Mar.-Early Apr.
Hours
5:00-23:00
Closed
open everyday
※Service Center and facilities closed over the end of year and new year holidays
Fees
Free※Some facilities paid
Parking Lot
Available(Charge)
Night viewing
Available
Public toilets
Available
Shop
Available
Number of trees
About800trees
Variety
Someiyoshino, Satozakura, Hill cherry blossom, Kanhizakura

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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