Japan's Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots in Kanto Region

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Name Izumi Natural Park(泉自然公園)
Best Viewing Late March – Late April
Address 108 Noro-cho, Wakaba-ku, Chiba City, Chiba, Japan
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Ueno Park / Tokyo

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Ueno Park(上野恩賜公園) has been a famous view spot for cherry trees since Edo period, it is said to be the beginning that high priest Tenkai transplanted the cherry trees from Mt.Yoshino in Nara after Kanei-ji temple was built. There are totally about 1200 cherry trees, mainly Someiyoshino trees, planted in the extensive area of 53 square meters, and during the flowering season more than 2 million people visit to see cherry blossoms every year. The park will be full with people enjoying party and night-viewing under the illuminated cherry blossoms.

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Name Ueno Park(上野恩賜公園)
Best Viewing Late March – Early April
Address 5-20 Ueno-koen, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan
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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden / Tokyo

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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden(新宿御苑) was first buit at the house site of feudal lord Naito as the garden of imperial household in 1906 and then it’s opened for public since 1949. The park, covering 58.3 ha and 3.5km in circumference, is located within 10 minutes walk from Shinjyuku Station. The park is elegantly designed with three different types of gardens that are English landscape garden, France landscape garden, and Japanese garden, so that visitors can enjoy a variety of flowers brilliantly blooming from season to season. About 65 kinds and 1300 cherry trees gorgeously bloom in spring, and the park is crowded with many cherry blossom viewers during the flowering season.

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Name Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden(新宿御苑)
Best Viewing Late March – Late April
Address 11 Naito-machi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan
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Sumida Park / Tokyo

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Sumida Park(隅田公園) is a popular spot of cherry blossom viewing at the downtown area of Tokyo, and a low of cherry trees are lined over 1km from Azuma bridge to Sakura bridge. Visitors can enjoy viewing cherry blossoms from a houseboat on Sumida river. It’s also a perfect spot to see cherry blossoms against the backdrop of the Tokyo Skytree.

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Name Sumida Park(隅田公園)
Best Viewing Late March – Early April
Address 1 Mukojima, Sumida-ku, Tokyo, Japan
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Koganei Park / Tokyo

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Koganei Park(小金井公園) is the biggest urban park in Tokyo, covering the site area of 79 square meters, and there are about 50 kinds and 1800 cherry trees planted throughout the park. Especially there are about 440 cherry trees planted in Sakura-no-sono within the park, and visitors can enjoy viewing various kinds of cherry trees over one and half month from mid-March to early-May.

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Name Koganei Park(小金井公園)
Best Viewing Late March – Early April
Address 1-31-1 Sekino-cho, Koganei City, Tokyo, Japan
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Inokashira Park / Tokyo

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Inokashira Park(井の頭恩賜公園) extends from Musashino city to Mitaka city, covering about the vast area of 380,000 square meters. Inokashira pond, the water source in Edo period (1603-1868), is situated in the center of the park, and 250 cherry trees surrounding the pond will gorgeously bloom in spring. Cherry blossoms reflecting water of the pond is really awesome, but cherry blossoms in full bloom falling like a snowstorm on the pond is also breathtakingly beautiful.

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Name Inokashira Park(井の頭恩賜公園)
Best Viewing Late March – Early April
Address 1-18-31 Gotenyama, Musashino City, Tokyo, Japan
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Mitsuike Park / Kanagawa

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