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Cherry Blossom Spots / Tokyo

Introduce Cherry Blossoms Spot in Tokyo.
Cherry Season in Tokyo is coming soon.
Below is a list of some of Tokyo's most popular spots for cherry blossom viewing (hanami).

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Ueno Park
A few steps from Ueno Station
No admission fee
One of Japan's most crowded, noisy and popular cherry blossom spots, Ueno Park features more than 1000 trees along the street leading towards the National Museum and around Shinobazu Pond. Trees are lit up in the evenings.
Shinjuku Gyoen
5-10 minute walk from Shinjuku Station
200 yen, 9:00 to 16:30 (entry until 16:00)
In its Western and Japanese style gardens, Shinjuku Gyoen features more than one thousand cherry trees of over a dozen species, including numerous late blooming yaezakura. There are spacious lawn areas, and the atmosphere is calm and peaceful.
Chidorigafuchi
Kudanshita Station
No admission fee
Cherry trees decorate the moats of former Edo Castle around Kitanomaru Park. Rowing boats are available for rent. Trees are lit up in the evenings. Many food stands, can be found at nearby Yasukuni Shrine, where another one thousand cherry trees are planted.
Sumida Park
A few steps from Asakusa Station
No admission fee
The park stretches for a few hundred meters along both sides of Sumida River. Some food stands are available. Cherry blossom viewing (hanami) can also be enjoyed from boats that cruise the river. Trees are lit up in the evenings.
Aoyama Cemetery
5 minute walk from Nogizaka Station
No admission fee
The straight road leading through the cemetery is lined and covered by hundreds of cherry trees. As a grave yard, Aoyama Cemetery does not provide the ideal surrounding for hanami parties.
Koishikawa Botanical Garden
10 minute walk from Hakusan or Myogadani Station
330 yen, 9:00 to 16:30 (entry until 16:00)
Koishikawa Botanical Garden is a spacious park with many cherry trees of different varieties and a Japanese landscape garden. Because it requires entry and is a place of study, it remains relatively calm.
Meguro River
Nakameguro Station
No admission fee
About 800 cherry trees line Meguro River for several hundred meters. During the Nakameguro Sakura Festival, the trees are lit up in the evenings.
Inokashira Park
South of Kichijoji Station
No admission fee
There are a few hundreds of trees in this spacious, public city park, which features a central pond. Boats can be rented in order to view the blossoms from the water.

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By T.S. on Mar 21, 2010
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