HANAMI
Cherry blossom viewing party

Cherry blossom vewing spot list is here or scroll down.

Party or picnic under cherry blossoms
(at Heiwa Park/Heiwa Koen in Chikusa-ku, Nagoya)


When the cherry blossoms start blooming, many Japanese think about "Hanami."
'Hana' means flower, and 'mi' means seeing or viewing to be more exact.
In Japan 'flower' sometimes means cherry blossoms respectively.
Thus, "hanami" means admiring the beauty of the cherry blossoms.
Around this time all the media give information about
where and when it starts to bloom in each area.
People love to go blossom viewing and to have an outdoor party under cherry trees
with families in daytime and with friends or coworkers at night.
We spread blue plastic canvases or straw mats under the blossoms and
enjoy ourselves with eating, drinking, or singing.
Recently some people enjoy outdoor karaoke
though this may cause some annoyance to surrounding people.

Beautiful day, beautiful air, beautiful cherry blossoms !
UsuzumiZakura (Over 1500 years old) in Motosu C., Gifu Pref.


Sometimes securing a good spot is the job for fresh starters in the companies.
At popular places, they fence off the good spots with ropes
in the morning or the day before
and take turns to stay to guard the spot until the night party starts.



<Popular Hanami Spots in Nagoya>

Location Information Inquiries
Period
Access Viewing spot
Yamazaki-gawa
(Yamazaki River)
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recommended
Along the Yamazaki river (From Ishikawa-bashi Bridge
to Ochiai-bashi Bridge/approximately 2.8 km) in
Mizuho-ku, there are approx.720 cherry trees.
In 1990 (Heisei2), this area was chosen as one of the
best 100 cherry blossom viewpoints in Japan by
Foundation for Nippon Sakura-no-kai.

140m lower reach of the river
from Kanae-kobashi Bridge.
Cherry blossoms are illuminated until 21:30


720 cherry trees
(SomeiYoshino)
Mizuho Doboku-jimusho
052-831-6161



Late March-Early April
Get off at Mizuho-Kuyakusho Sta. on the Sakuradori Subway Line. Walk 10 min. (Kanae-bashi Bridge) map
Heiwa Park
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So many groups come and enjoy hanami picnic here.

2,250 cherry trees
(SomeiYoshino, Yamazakura, Yaezakura)

Higashiyama Sogo-koen
052-782-2111



Early April

Get off at Higashiyama-koen Sta. on the Higashiyama Subway Line.
Walk 15 min.
Heiwakoen, Chikusa-ku,

map
Higashiyama
Park

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There are more than 100 kinds of cherry trees, so
we can enjoy the cherry blossoms until almost the end of April ( depending on the condition )

Illuminated until 20:00.
Cherry garden was open in 2009.

3800 cherry trees
(SomeiYoshino, Oshimazakura, Gyoiko,etc.)

Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens
052-782-2111



Mid March-Late April
Get off at Higashiyama-Koen Sta. on the Higashiyama Subway Line. Take exit 3. Walk 3 min.
(First nice spot)
Walk 10 min. (main spot)
map
Nagoya Castle
&
Meijo Koen
(–¼ŒÃ‰®é•–¼éŒö‰€j
Castle and cherry blossoms are very good convination.
There are approx. 10 kinds of cherry trees in
Meijo-Koen (park) located next to Nagoya Castle.
Gyoiko is a rare kind sakura and bloom in the mid-April
to early May.

1600 cherry trees
.
(SomeiYoshino, Shidarezakura, Yamazakura)
Nagoya-jo Kanri-jimusho
052-231-1700



Late March-Early May
Get off at Shiyakusho Sta. on the Meijo Subway Line.
Walk 5 min.
map
Tsuruma Park
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So many people enjoy hanami picnic or party under
the cherry trees there.

In 1990 (Heisei2), this area was chosen as one of the
best 100 cherry blossom viewpoints in Japan
by Foundation for Nippon Sakura-no-kai.

Cherry blossoms are illuminated until 21:00.

1,200 cherry trees.
(SomeiYoshino)

Showa Doboku-jimusho
052-751-5128



Late March-Early April
Get off at Tsurumai Sta. on the Tsurumai Subway Line or JR Line. 1 Tsurumai,
Showa-ku

map
Togokusan Fruits Park
(“Œ’JŽRƒtƒ‹[ƒc
ƒp[ƒN)
recommended

Shidare-zakura Festival
April 3 - April 12

Tunnel of Shidare-zakura is Sooo beautiful !

Togokusan Fruits Park is good to see drooping cherry blossoms. They are so beautiful !
Open: 9:00-16:30
Closed: Monday (If Monday falls on national holiday, closed on Tuesday)
Admission fee is free. (Green house:300yen)


1000 cherry trees.
(Yaebenishidare, etc.)
Togokusan Fruits Park
052-736-3344



Early April - Mid April
Get off at Ozone Station on
the meijo Subway Line.
Take The Yutoriito Line (bus)
bound for Kozoji
.
Get off at Togokubashi Sta.
Walk 15 min. 620yen

2110 Togoku, KamiShidami,
Moriyama-ku


Drooping Sakura/Shidare-zakura Ž}‚‚ê÷
Togokusan Fruits Park is the best spot to view Shidare-zakura



<Popular Hanami Spots in Aichi Prefecture>

Place Information Inquiries
Season
Access Address of the
Viewing Spot
Okuyamada
(‰œŽR“c)

The weeping sakura tree is called "Okuyamada no
shidare-zakura" and designated as a natural treasure.
It was planted by the Emperor Jito approx. 1300 years
ago, when he visited Mt.Murazumi.
The name of species is "EdoHiganZakura".
It blooms earlier than "Somei-Yoshino"(most popular
sakura) and make us enjoy its elegant shape of the tree
and flowers.
Okazaki-shi
Kanko-ka
0564-23-6384


Sakura Festival
Mar. 20-Mar.31
(2011)
Get off at Higashi-Okazaki Sta. on
the Meitetsu Line. Take a Meitetsu Bus bound for Okutono-
Jin'ya ‰œ“aw‰®( 1 or 7). Get off at Hokutodai-guchi –k“l‘äŒû stop
(30 min.)
A 10-min. walk.
...
If you take a bus via Hokutodai-Danchi
–k“l‘ä’c’n
, get off at Sango Koen-mae ‚R†Œö‰€‘O stop.
A 5-min. walk.@
28 Aza-Yashita,
OkuYamada-cho, Okazaki C.
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Okazaki Park
(‰ªèŒö‰€j
recommended
There is Okazaki Castle (rebuilt) where the first Shokun
of the Edo period, Tokugawa Ieyasu, was born.

Night view here is very good.
During the "Sakura Festival", lots of events
(ex. Ieyasu Parade) are held.
In 1990 (Heisei2), this area was chosen as one of the
best 100 cherry blossoms
viewpoints in Japan by Foundation for Nippon Sakura-no-kai.@
Cherry blossoms are illuminated from 18:00-22:00
(Depend on the blooming condition).


1,700 cherry trees
(SomeiYoshino, Shidarezakura.)
Okazaki-shi Kanko Kyokai
0564-23-6217



Late March-Mid April


Apr1-15, 2011
Get off at Higashi-Okazaki Sta.
on the Meitetsu Line.
Walk 10 min.
Around Okazaki Castle

Bank of the Iga River
Ochiai Park
—Ž‡Œö‰€

1100 cherry trees
(SomeiYoshino, Yaezakura, Higanzakura, etc.)
OchiaiKoen
Kanrika
0568-56-0414


Late March -
Early April
Get off at Kasugai Sta. on
the JR Line. Take a
"Kausgai City Bus Byoin
Junkansen" and get off
at Ochiai Koen stop.
Aza-Ochiai,
Tono-cho
Kasugai C.
Kijo Park
(‹TéŒö‰€j
There is a Japanese garden in the park.
Cherry blossoms are illuminated until 21:00


670 cherry trees
(SomeiYoshino)

Kariyashi Kanko-kyokai
0566-23-4100



Late March -
Early April
Get off at Azuma Sta. on the JR Tokaido-honsen
Line. Walk 15 min.
Kijo Koen
1-1 Shiro-machi, Kariya-shi

Gojo River
(ŒÜðìj
through Oguchi-cho
recommended
Cherry blossoms are illuminated until 21:30
In 1990 (Heisei2), this area was chosen as one of
the best 100 cherry blossoms
viewpoints in Japan by Foundation for
Nippon Sakura-no-kai.


Approx. 1400 cherry trees
(SomeiYoshino)
lighting-up: 18:00-21:00
Oguchi-cho Kanko-keizaika
0587-95-1111


Late March -
Early April

Sakura Festival 2011
Apr.1-10
Main festival:Apr.2-3
Get off at IwakuraŠâ‘qSta. on the
Meitetsu Line.
Walk to the east 5 min.
or
Get off at Kashiwamori Sta. on the Meitetsu Inuyama Line.
Take Community Bus Kikan Route. Get off at Oguchi-cho Yakuba stop. Walk 5 min.

Between
Horioato-Koen and
Kahoku Ground

Momoyama Park
(“ŽRŒö‰€)
Momoyama Park is in a residencial area.
Cherry trees make a beautiful pink tunnel
along the hill to the park.

Cherry blossoms are illuminated from 19:00 to 21:00
(Depend on the blooming condition).


200 cherry trees
(SomeiYoshino)

Obu-shi Kanko Kyokai
0562-47-2111


Late March -
Early April

Sakura Festival 2011
Mar.19-Apr.8
Get off at Obu Sta. on the JR Tokaido-Honsen Line.
Walk 15 min.
4-202 Momoyama-cho,
Obu C.
Akashi park
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If you get on a observation wheel, you can enjoy
cherry blossoms in a different way.

Admission free.
Play equipment: 100yen/each (closed on Monday)


250 cherry trees
(SomeiYoshino)

Hekinan-shi
ToshiShisetsu
KanriKyokai
0566-48-1722


Late March -
Early April
Get off at KitaShinkawa
–kVì Sta. on the Meitetsu
Mikawa Line.
6-11 Akashi-cho,
Hekinan C.
Obara-cho
¬Œ´’¬
Obara no ShikiZakura
ShikiZakura (lit. four seasons sakura) bloom twice a year,
from late March to early April and from late October to
early December.
I recommend you to visit there in November.

8500 sakura trees
(Shikizakura)
Obara
Shikizakura
Annaisho
0565-65-3808
0565-65-2540

Late march -
Early April

Late October -
Early December
Get off at Toyota-shi Sta.
on the Meitetsu Line.
Take a Toyota Oiden Bus
bound for Kaminiki
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Get off at ObaraOkusa
¬Œ´
‘呐
@stop. Walk 5 min.
Obara-cho,
Toyota C.
Sakurabuchi Park
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Sakurabuchi Park is likened to Arashiyama of Kyoto.
You can enjoy cherry blossoms in a boat.

2500 cherry trees
(Yoshinozakura, Yamazakura, Yaezakura, etc.)

Shinshiro-shi
KankoKyokai
0536-32-0022


Late March -
Early April
Get off at Shinshiro Vé
Sta. on the JR Iida Line.
Walk 15 min.
2-1 Aza-Yanaida,
Niwano,
Shinshiro C.





<Popular Hanami Spots in Gifu Prefecture>

Place Information Inquiries
Season
Access Address of the
Viewing Spot
Ganjo-ji (temple)
(Šè¬Ž›)

ChujouHimeSeiganZakura’†«•P¾Šè÷

There is a famous sakura tree named
"ChujouHimeSeiganZakura".
A flower has 20 to 30 petals.
A variant of Yamazakura.
Designated as a protected species by
the Education Ministry in 1929.


One cherry tree
(Variant of Yamazakura)
Ganjo-ji
058-243-2154



Early April
Get off at Gifu Sta. on the JR or
Meitetsu Line.
Take a Gifu Bus bound for
OboraDanchi
‘å“´’c’n.
Get off at KorinKoenGuchi
Œõ—ÖŒö‰€Œû. Walk 8 min.

Ganjo-ji

1-21-2 Obora,
Gifu C.

NeoDani
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UsuzumiZakura ”––n÷ (1500 years old)

There is a famous sakura tree named
"UsuzumiZakura"
The color of the flower changes from pink (bud)
-> white (bloom) -> light gray
(when the blossom fall)
Selected as one of the 100 beautiful
sakura spots.


UsuzumiZakura tree
(EdoHiganzakura)
50 cherry trees
(SomeiYoshino,etc.)
Motosu-shi
ShokoKanko-ka
058-323-7756



Early April-Mid April
Get off at Tarumi Sta. on
the Tarumi Line.
Walk 15 min.
NeoItasho
Motosu C
.
Riverbank of
the ShinSakai River

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Selected as one of the 100 beauty
spots of sakura.


The sakura trees are calld "HyakujuroZakura
•S\˜Y÷
".
In 1931, Ichikawa Hyakujuro, homegrown
Kabuki acter,
donated cherry trees to commemorate
Sakaigawa Flood Control Channel's completion.
1200 cherry trees
(SomeiYoshino)
Kakamigahara-shi
KankoKoryu-ka
058-383-9925



Late March-Early April
Get off at ShiminKoen-mae Žs–¯Œö‰€‘O
Sta. on the Meitetsu Kakamigahara Line
.
3 NakaMonzen-cho,
Kakamigahara C.
etc.
Kamagatani Park
(‰àŠÔƒ–ŒkŒö‰€)

Selected as one of the 100 beauty
spots of sakura@in Japan.


1500 cherry trees
(Yamazakura, Oyamazakura, SomeiYoshino)

Ikeda-cho
Sangyo-ka
0585-45-3111



Mid March-Early April
Get off at Ikeno Sta. on the
Yoro Line.
Walk 30 min.
or
Taka taxi (10 min)

Kasumi Bridge
(or Megane-bashi)
Fujishiro area,
Ikeda-cho,
Ibi-gun
Mihoro Dam
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ShokawaZakura‘‘ì÷

Two 450-year old cherry trees, which called
Shokawazakura, are designated as
Gifu Prefecture's natural treasure.

2 cherry trees

(AzumaHigan)
Hida Shokawa
KankoKyokai
0576-92-2272



Late April-Early May
Get off from Tokai Hokuriku Jidosha-do
Shokawa Exhit. Take route 156.
Drive approx.10km toward the
Mihoro Dam.
Nakano
Shokawa-cho
Takayama C.
or
Nakano Tembodai
(Nakano observatory)

Riverbank of
the Nagara River

(’·—ǐì’çj
Approx. 400 sakura trees are planted along the
southside of the Nagara River

400 cherry trees

(SomeiYoshino, EdoHiganzakura)
Gifu Kanko
Vonvention Kyokai
058-263-7291

Gifu-shi Kanko Convention-shitsu
058-265-4141
Get off at Gifu Sta. on the JR
or Meitetsu Line.
Take a Gifu Bus "N80 Takatomi
(N80‚•x)" or any bus from
No. N32 to N86 bound for GifuKoen
or Takatomi or Loop Bus
HidariMawari (counterclockwise).
16 min./200yen
Get off at Nagarabashi
’·—Ç‹´.
Walk 1 min.

Upper reach of the
Nagara River from
the Nagara Bridge.
Left bank





<Popular Hanami Spots in Mie Prefecture>


Place Information Inquiries Access Address of the
Viewing Spot
Mitake
ŽO‘½‹C
Selected as one of the 100 beauty
sakura spots of Japan.
The best season is in the middle of April.

The 1.5km-row of cherry trees along the approach to
Shimpuku-in
^•Ÿ‰@(temple) is so beautiful.

500 cherry trees

(Yamazakura)
Misugi Sogo-shisho
Kensetsu-ka
059-272-8085



Mid April
Get off at Ise Okutsu ˆÉ¨‰œ’ÃSta.
on the JR Meisho
–¼¼ Line.
Take a MieKotsu Bus bound for
NabariEki
–¼’£‰w.(10 min.)
Get off at Sugidaira
™•½ stop.
Walk 15 min.
Mitaki, Misugi-cho
Tsu C.
Riverbank of
the Miya River

(‹{ì’çj
Selected as one of the 100 beauty
sakura spots of Japan.

Tunnel made of 1000 beautiful cherry trees have been
made us happy since the Edo period.


1000 cherry trees
(SomeiYoshino 950, Yamazakura 50)
Ise-shi
KankoKyokai
0596-28-3705


Late march-
Early April
Get off at Ise-shi ˆÉ¨ŽsSta. on the
JR or Kintetsu Line.
Take a Mie Kotsu Bus bound for
Matsusaka
¼ã (7 min.)
Get off at Wataraibashi “x‰ï‹´@stop.
Just hop, step and jump.
Nakajima, Ise C.
Kairaku Park
˜ñŠyŒö‰€
1500 cherry trees
(SomeiYoshino)
Tsu-shi Kanko
Shinko-ka
059-229-3170


Late March -
Mid April
Get off at Tsu ’Ã Sta. on the
JR Kisei
‹I¨ Line.
Walk 3 min.
147-1 Komei-cho
Tsu C.
Matsusaka park
¼ãŒö‰€
Matsusaka Park was constructed on the ruins of
Matsusaka Castle.
There still remains stone walls.

300 cherry trees
Matsusaka-shi
KankoKyokai
0598-23-7771
Get off at Matsusaka ¼ã@Sta. on the
JR or Kintetsu Yamada Line.
Walk 15 min.
1538-1 Tono-machi,
Matsusaka C.
Ueno Park
ã–ìŒö‰€


800 cherry trees
(SomeiYoshino)

Igaueno
KankoKyokai
0595-26-7788

Late March -
Early May
Get off at Ueno-shi Sta. on the Iga
Tetsudo Iga Line.
Walk 3 min.
Marunouchi
Ueno, Iga C.







Time-honored Three Grand Sakura Trees
Name Place Age, Variety Additional Info.

Usuzumi-zakura
”––n÷
(lit. light gray cherry blossoms)
Usuzumi Koen
(Usuzumi Park)
Motosu C. Gifu Pref.
Over 1500 years old.
EdoHiganZakura
Prettily-cupped buds are light pink, full-bloomed blossoms are white and
when the blossoms fail, petals change their color into light gray.
It is the second oldest sakura tree with over 1500 years of age
following with 2000 year-old JindaiZakura

TakiZakura of Miharu
(Miharu no Takizakura)
ŽOt‚Ì‘ê÷
Aza-Sakurakubo,
Oaza-Taki
Miharu-cho
Fukushima Pref.
Over 1000 years old
BeniShidareZakura
National natural treasure.
Mid April to Late April is the best season.
Inquiries: 0247-62-3690 (Miharu KankoKyokai)

Yamataka Jindai-Zakura
ŽR‚_‘ã÷
2763 Yamataka,
Takekawa-cho, Hokuto C
Yamanashi Pref.
Approx. 2000 years old.
EdoHiganZakura
. The oldest cherry tree in Japan.
National natural treasure.
Early April is the best season.
Inquiries: 0551-42-1351(Hokuto-shi Kanko-ka)







A Hundred Beauty Spots of Sakura in Japan
Selected by Foundation for Nihon Sakura-no-Kai in 1990.

Name Place Name Place Name Place Name Place
1 Nijikken-doro
Sakura-namiki
Shizunai-cho
Hokkaido
26 Mobara Koen Mobara C.
Chiba Pref.
51 Fuji Reien Oyama-cho
Shizuoka Pref.
76 Shichikawa-damu
Kohan
Kozagawa-cho
Wakayama Pref.
2 Matsumae Koen Matsumae-cho
Hokkaido
27 Izumi Shizen Koen Chiba C.
Chiba Pref.
52 Sakura-no-Sato Ito C.
Shizuoka Pref.
77 Kyuushoh Koen Tottori C.
Tottori Pref.
3 Ashino-chishogun
Shizen-koen
Kanagi-cho
Aomori Pref.
28 Ueno Oncho Koen Taito-ku
Tokyo Pref.
53 Okazaki Koen Okazaki C.
Aichi Pref.
78 Utsubuki Koen Kurayoshi C.
Tottori Pref.
4 Oh'yoh-koen Hirosaki C.
Aomori Pref.
29 Shinjuku Gyoen Shinjuku-ku
Tokyo Pref.
54 Yamazaki-gawa
Shiki-no-Michi
Nagoya C.
Aichi Pref.
79 Matsue-jozan
Koen
Matsue C.
Shimane Pref.
5 Takamatsu Koen Morioka C.
Iwate Pref.
30 Sumida Koen Sumida-ku
Tokyo Pref.
55 Tsuruma Koen Nagoya C.
Aichi Pref.
80 Hii-kawa Teibo
Sakura-namiki
Kisuki-cho
Shimane Pref.
6 Kitakami Shiritsu-
Koen Tenshochi
Kitakami C.
Iwate Pref.
31 Koganei Koen Koganei C.
Tokyo Pref.
56 Gojo-gawa Iwakura C.
Aichi Pref.
81 Kakuzan Koen Tsuyama C.
Okayama Pref.
7 Funaoka-joshi Koen
Shiraishigawa-tsutsumi
Shibata-cho
Miyagi Pref.
32 Inokashira Oncho
Koen
Musashino C.
Tokyo Pref.
57 Mitake Misugi-mura
Mie Pref.
82 Senko-ji Koen Onomichi C.
Hiroshima Pref.
8 Hinokinaigawa-tsutsumi
Buke-yashiki
Kakunodate C.
Akita Pref.
33 Kenritsu
Mitsuike Koen
Yokohama C.
Kanagawa Pref.
58 Miya-gawa
Tsutsumi
Ise C.
Mie Pref.
83 Ueno Koen Shobara C.
Hiroshima Pref.
9 Senshu Koen Akita C.
Akita Pref.
34 Odawara-joshi
Koen
Odawara C.
Kanagawa Pref.
59 KaizuOhsaki Makino-cho
Shiga Pref.
84 Kikko Koen
Kinataikyo
Iwakuni C.
Yamaguchi Pref.
10 Mato Koen Masuda-cho
Akita Pref.
35 Kinugasayama
Koen
Yokosuka C.
Kanagawa Pref.
60 Hoko-en Nagahama C.
Shiga Pref.
85 Tokiwa Koen Ube C.
Yamaguchi Pref.
11 Tsuruoka Koen Tsuruoka C.
Yamagata Pref.
36 Okozu-bunsui Bunsui-machi
Niigata Pref.
61 Arashiyama Kyoto C.
Kyoto Pref.
86 Seibu Koen Tokushima C.
Tokushima Pref.
12 Eboshiyama Koen Nan'yo C.
Yamagata Pref.
37 Takada Koen Joetsu C.
Niigata Pref.
62 Omuro-zakura Kyoto C.
Kyoto Pref.
87 Kotohiki Koen Kannonji C.
Kagawa Pref.
13 Shidare-zakura in
Miharu-cho
Miharu-cho
Fukushima Pref.
38 Nuramatsu Koen Muramatsu C.
Niigata Pref.
63 Daigo-ji Kyoto C.
Kyoto Pref.
88 Shiroyama Koen Matsuyama C.
Ehime Pref.
14 Kasumigajo Koen Nihonmatsu C.
Fukushima Pref.
39 Takaoka Kojo Koen Takaoka C.
Toyama Pref.
64 Kasagiyama
Shizen Koen
Kasagi C.
Kyoto Pref.
89 Kagamino Koen TosaYamada-cho
Kochi Pref.
15 Tsuruga-jo Koen AizuWakamatsu C.
Fukushima Pref.
40 Matsukawa Koen Toyama C.
Toyama Pref.
65 Osaka-jo
Koen
Osaka C.
Osaka Pref.
90 Makino Koen Sagawa-cho
Kochi Pref.
16 Kamine Koen
Heiwa-dori
Hitachi C.
Ibaragi Pref.
41 Kenrokuen Kanazawa C.
Ishikawa Pref.
66 Zoheikyoku Osaka C.
Osaka Pref.
91 Nishi Koen Fukuoka C.
Fukuoka Pref.
17 Shizumine Koen Urizura-machi
Ibaragi Pref.
42 Asuwa-gawa
Asuwayama Koen
Fukui C.
Fukui Pref.
67 Bampaku
Kinen-Koen
Suita C.
Osaka Pref.
92 Kojo Koen Kojo-machi
Saga Pref.
18 Nikko-kaido
Sakura-namiki
Utsunomiya C. etc.
Tochigi Pref.
43 Kasumiga-jo Koen Maruoka-machi
Fukui Pref.
68 Himeji-jo Himeji C.
Hyogo Pref.
93 Omura Koen Omura C.
Nagasaki Pref.
19 Ohirasan Kenritsu
Shizen-koen
Tochigi C.
Tochigi Pref.
44 Ohboshi Koen Kajikazawa-machi
Yamanashi Pref.
69 Akashi Koen Akashi C.
Hyogo Pref.
94 Kumamoto-jo Kumamoto C.
Kumamoto Pref.
20 Akaginanmen
Sembon-zakura
Miyagi-mura
Gunma Pref.
45 Komoro-joshi
Kaiko-en
Komoro C.
Nagano Pref.
70 Shukugawa Koen Nishinomiya C.
Hyogo Pref.
95 Ichifusa-damu
kohan
Mizukami-mura
Kumamoto Pref.
21 Sakurayama Koen Onishi-machi
Gunma Pref.
46 Takatoh-joshi
Koen
Takatoh-machi
Nagano Pref.
71 Nara Koen Nara C.
Nara Pref.
96 Minamata-shi
Cherry-Line
Minamata C.
Kumamoto Pref.
22 Kumagaya Sakura
Tsutsumi
Kumagaya C.
Saitama Pref.
47 Garyu Koen Suzaka C.
Nagano Pref.
72 Yoshino-yama Yoshino-cho
Nara Pref.
97 Okajo Koen Takeda C.
Oita Pref.
23 Omiya Koen Omiya C.
Saitama Pref.
48 Shin-Sakaigawa
Tsutsumi
Kagamihara C.
Gifu Pref.
73 Koriyama-joshi
Koen
YamatoKoriyama C.
Nara Pref.
98 Mochio-Sekinoo
Koen
Miyakonojo C.
Miyazaki Pref.
24 Nagatoro Nagatoro-cho
Saitama Pref.
49 Kamagatani Ikeda-cho
Gifu Pref.
74 Kimii-dera Wakayama C.
Wakayama Pref.
99 Chugen Koen Oguchi C.
Kagoshima Pref.
25 Shimizu Koen Noda C.
Chiba Pref.
50 Neodani
Usuzumi Koen
Neo-mura
Gifu Pref.
75 Negoro-ji Iwade C.
Wakayama Pref.
100 Nago-jo Koen Nago C.
Okinawa Pref.



Hotel reservations in Kyoto
(external link)

Accommodations for backpackers


Sakura and Kintai-kyo(‹Ñ‘Ñ‹´) bridge in Iwakuni C. Yamaguchi Pref.



Sakura and Funa-asobi (boating)



Yozakura –é÷ (lit. night cherry blossoms)
Night viewing of illuminated cherry blossoms is popular and
it is called "Yozakura Kembutsu"



(O)hanami-dango
Color pink represents sakura (spring), white waygoing winter
and green coming summer.



SAKURA

sakura song

Hanami Boating


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