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Shakujii Park石神井公園

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A park rich in natural beauty located in Musashino. The center of the park is occupied by two ponds—Sanpoji Pond, surrounded by trees; and Shakujii Pond, which bustles with visitors rowing to and fro on small boats. Here you can enjoy seasonal flowers and trees, and observe wild water birds. The park is also dotted with tennis courts, baseball grounds, and an athletic field, among other facilities. A popular destination for cherry blossom viewing in spring, each year around 220 Yoshino cherries come into bloom from late March to early April; around 20 hill cherries also come into bloom around mid-April. In addition to the areas around the park’s ponds, the avenue of cherry trees next to the park’s service center is also a must-see. Toilets, shops and parking available. The nearest station is Shakujii-koen Station.

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Tokyo Nerima-ku Shakujidai 1-26-1 (Ikebukuro / SugamoArea)

phone 0339963950
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Address
Tokyo Nerima-ku Shakujidai 1-26-1 [ map ]
Area
Ikebukuro / SugamoArea
Phone
0339963950
Flowering state of cherry blossoms
the end
Cherry blossom forecast
Mid-Mar.-Early Apr.
Hours
Open 24 hours
Closed
open everyday
Fees
Free
Parking Lot
Available(No. 1 Parking Area No. 2 Parking Area)
Night viewing
Not available
Public toilets
Available
Shop
Available
Number of trees
Someiyoshino220trees/Hill cherry blossom20trees
Variety
Someiyoshino, Hill cherry blossom, Satozakura

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