3. Kakunodate (Akita)

Kakunodate (Akita)


2019.02.27

NAVITIME TRAVEL EDITOR

3. Kakunodate (Akita)

During the Edo Period, numerous weeping cherry trees were transplanted from Kyoto to Kakunodate and today it’s one of the most famous cherry blossom viewing spots in the Tohoku region. Kakunodate’s Cherry Blossom Festival takes place around the Golden Week holidays and sees more than a million people flock to the historic samurai district and the Hinokinai River where they picnic beneath the blossoms. It all takes place a 20-minute walk from Kakunodate Station

Best time to visit: late April - early May
Annual turnout: approximately 1.3 million people

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