Local attractions in Japan where you can see cherry blossom!

Each season in Japan has a different interest. Japanese people like to walk outside to see flowers in the spring. So, what is very striking and tourists will have to visit is the cherry blossoms or called Sakura. Which causes Hanami (花見) or the festival of flower viewing almost every corner of the cities in Japan. I know what you are looking for, so I would like to recommend attractions for cherry blossom viewing. Let's see...

Ueno Park (上野公園)

Ueno Park is like a lung in the center of Tokyo. In addition, this facility will be the site of Japan's museums, there are also many people frequented the shrine to pay homage. It has a large pool, so people have come paddling, and also has the famous Ueno Zoo. It is filled with many activities happening everywhere in this garden regularly, and highlight that is very famous in Ueno Park is cherry blossoms viewing. Many people will spend a whole day choose area, floor mats for the opportunity to share a meal, a drink and admire the cherry blossoms together with family, friends or colleagues in late March and early April of each year. Which is an activity that made ​​both during the day and at night.

Nakameguro (中目黒)

Nakameguro is a small district located along Meguro canal, Tokyo. This peaceful place is the gathering place of many artists. There are many cafes and fashion clothing stores. It is ideal for tourists that like peace and quiet.

Hirosaki (弘前)

Hirosaki is a popular spot for cherry blossoms viewing of Japan. Located at Aomori Prefecture in northern Honshu. There are cherry blossom trees were planted lined up more than 50 categories, more than 2,600 trees around the park and castle.

Shinjuku Gyoen (新宿御苑)

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a large park. Located between Shinjuku and Shibuya district in Tokyo. The place has become the top place for cherry blossom viewing of Tokyo nowadays. Which is open every day and have entrance fees: Adults 200 yen, children 50 yen.

Kintaikyo (錦帯橋)

Kintaikyo is a beautiful wooden bridge was built in 1673 without nails, it was used only wood pins. It was severe typhoon attacks, wild streams, and many wars. It still stands, although it has deteriorated. Kintaikyo located in Iwakuni, Yamaguchi Prefecture near the Nishiki River and the entrance Kikko Park. It is also near foot of Yokoyama mountain, which the top is Iwakuni castle. I believe the bridge is very sacred. However, those who want to cross Kintaikyo have to pay 300 yen as a fee.

Kawazu (河津)

Kawazu located in Shizuoka Prefecture is a popular hot mineral bath or called Onsen in Izu Peninsula, southwest of Tokyo. Although it is a quiet rural town, Sakura will attract lots of people to visit in the spring.

Mount Yoshino (吉野山)

Mount Yoshino in Nara Prefecture is a part which has been saved as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. There are Sakura more than 30,000 trees over 200 varieties scattered throughout the mountains. This place will become a completely pink in spring.

Maruyama Park (円山公園)

Maruyama Park is the oldest park in Kyoto and is located adjacent to Yasaka Shrine in Higashiyama. It is a place of recreation which people of Kyoto favorite. There will be a festival cherry blossom viewing during day and night in April, annually.

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