This park was formerly the lot for the country villa of Takayuki Todo, the 11th clan leader of the Tsu clan. It is a three-minute walk from Tsu Station. It is a Japanese-style garden, making use of the natural hills and curves, and is one of the prefecture’s best spots for cherry trees. Roughly 1,000 Yoshino cherry trees bloom each year, from late March to early April, creating a fantastic view. During the Tsukairaku Park Spring Festival held in peak season, the trees are illuminated at night with bonbori and chochin lanterns. There are also stalls and tea shops set up for the visitors. Toilets, shops and parking (50 parking spaces) available.
- Flowering state of cherry blossoms
- the end
- Cherry blossom forecast
- Late Mar.-Early Apr.
- Open 24 hours
- open everyday
- Parking Lot
- Available (50spaces)
※ Temporary Parking Available during Spring Festival Available
- Night viewing
- Available * During the Spring Festival (Late Mar.-Early Apr. Sccheduled) light up
- Public toilets
- Available (during the spring festival)
- Number of trees
- 059-246-9020 (General Association Tsu Tourism Association)
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
- On foot aboutminutes
- about m
- View route from Station View route from Bus Stop View route from IC View route from Parking
Nearby Tourist Attractions
Mie Main Areas
Spread across the eastern side of the Kii Peninsula, Mie prefecture boasts hundreds of kilometers of pretty coastline comprising the oyster-rich Toba city and Shima National Park all the way down to Kumano, a city that marks the beginning of part of the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage, which runs into neighboring Wakayama prefecture. However, Mie is best known for the Ise Jingu Shinto shrine inland, one of the oldest and largest shrines in the country.