Japan's Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots in Kanto Region

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Name Sakurayama Park(桜山公園)
Best Viewing Early November – Early December / Mid-April – Late April
Address 2166-1 Sanbagawa, Fujioka, Gunma, Japan
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Kumagaya Sakurazutsumi / Saitama

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It has been highly popular view spot for cherry blossoms since Edo period and roughly 500 cherry trees are lined over 2km along the embankment of Arakawa river. Yellow rape blossoms on the river bank begin to bloom at the same time, which emphasize the beauty of cherry blossom creating the lovely scnery. This area is crowded with many cherry blossom viewers throughout the day during the flowering season .

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Name Kumagaya Sakurazutsumi(熊谷桜堤)
Best Viewing Late March – Early April
Address 2-chome, Kawara-cho, Kumagaya City, Saitama (Arakawa Riverside), Japan
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Omiya Park / Saitama

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Omiya Park(大宮公園) was opened in 1885 for the first park in Saitama with small zoo, sports facilities, and amusement park for children, and the park is full of families throughout the year. The park is also one of the best spots for cherry blorrom vieweing in Saitama and various kinds of 1200 cherry trees will gorgeously bloom all over the park in spring. There are many street booths and cherry blossoms will be illuminated with paper lanterns at night during the flowering season, the park will be crowded with a lot of Hanami viewers all day.

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Name Omiya Park(大宮公園)
Best Viewing Late March – Early April
Address 4 Takahana-cho, Omiya-ku, Saitama City, Saitama, Japan
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Nagatoro / Saitama

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Nagatoro-machi(長瀞町) is famous for a scenic area of the pile of rocks on Nagatoro valley, located in the upper reach of Arakawa river in the southern west of Saitama. A long row of Someiyoshino cherry trees is lined over 4km from Nagatoro station to Nogami station, which will create beautiful tunnel of cherry blossoms in spring. After Someiyoshino cherry trees fall the flowers, 30 kinds and 500 Yae-zakura cherry trees known as the pathway of cherry blossoms will bloom in mid-to-late April at the base of Mt.hodosan. Illuminated cherry blossoms are really impressive!

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Name Nagatoro(長瀞)
Best Viewing Late March – Late April
Address Nagatoro-machi, Chichibu-gun, Saitama, Japan
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Shimizu Park / Chiba

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Shimizu Park(清水公園) covers the vast site of 280,000 square meters with big playground, flower garden, and camping site. The park is popular spot for cherry blossom viewing and there are approximately 50 kinds and 2000 cherry trees planted in the park, which will brilliantly bloom throughout the park in the flowering season. Especially, estimated over 100 year-old-tree in Konjoin temple called Kosho-no-sakura is an old tree recovering by the growth of young tree from its trunk though it seemed to die once. It’s must-see spot when you visit there once!

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Name Shimizu Park(清水公園)
Best Viewing Late March – Early April
Address 906 Shimizu, Noda City, Chiba, Japan
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Mobara Park / Chiba

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Mobara Park(茂原公園) covering about 280,000 square meters is known familiar as recreation place, where visitors can enjoy the various kinds of flowers throughout four seasons of the year. The park will be filled with various kinds of 2850 cherry trees in spring, creating a romantic atmosphere all over the park. It’s amazing to see cherry blossoms against Benten-do floating on the pond.

Spot Information

Name Mobara Park(茂原公園)
Best Viewing Late March – Early April
Address 1325-1 Takashi, Mobara City, Chiba, Japan
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Izumi Natural Park / Chiba

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Izumi Natural Park(泉自然公園) is a scenic park located in the southeast from downtown area of Chiba, where visitors can enjoy interacting with nature thoughout the year. About 1500 cherry trees, mainly Someiyoshino, are planted in the park and the entire park will be enveloped in cherry pink in full bloom.

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