5 great views of Japanese cherry blossoms in Tokyo

Where will you go to see cherry blossoms when you visit Tokyo this spring? Share to you 5 beautiful spots to watch Japanese cherry blossoms in Tokyo which are the famous hanami enjoying parks and places especially favorited.

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Ueno Onshi Park

Founded in 1873, Ueno Onshi Park - one of the most spacious and famous public parks in Tokyo, Japan. Ueno Park is a very interesting place when Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Western Art Museum, ... even Japan's first zoo is also located here.
In addition, Ueno Park is also in the top 100 Japanese cherry blossom viewing spots with over 1,000 plants along the central road. More than half are Yoshino peach blossoms, attracting large numbers of Japanese tourists from all over. Ueno Onshi Park brings you the most bustling, crowded hanami "party" in Tokyo.

Shinjuku Gyoen

In the Edo period, this was the mansion of a lord then rebuilt into the Imperial Japanese garden. Today Shinjuku Gyoen is interwoven with traditional Japanese garden style and western modernity.
With its beautiful location covering a large area, Shinjuku Gyoen Garden becomes a historical place and takes place hanami events every year.
Shinjuku Gyoen makes you feel like you are lost in a forest full of cherry blossoms and peaceful natural scenery. But visitors can still see the skyscrapers, rising from the canopy of a modern city.

Sumida Park

Sumida Park is located along the Sumida River adjacent to the bustling and hustling Asakusa neighborhood. The waterfront park offers views of the Tokyo Skytree, which hosts annual brilliant fireworks displays and famous cherry blossoms. As one of the top 100 places to watch Japanese cherry blossoms, Sumida Park is especially crowded with every blooming season.
Nearly 700 cherry blossom trees are planted on the banks of the river, creating a romantic scenery, attracting Japanese tourists and locals. Walking under the canopy of flowers or cruising on the river is a popular way to enjoy the flower season. From Sumida Park you can also see the Tokyo Sky Tree, Senso Pagoda and many other famous tourist attractions.

Koganei Park

Koganei Park is considered the second largest and best urban park in Tokyo for families to enjoy cherry blossom viewing. There are many kinds of trees grown here such as plum blossoms, sakura, etc., offering a dreamy setting when in full bloom. With over 2,000 cherry trees, Koganei Park is on the list of top 100 famous Japanese cherry blossom viewing locations.
Both locals and Japanese tourists love to gather and talk under the cherry blossom tree at Koganei Park. In addition, the park also organizes weekend flea markets, artificial grass hills, children's playgrounds, historical buildings, ... so you can visit at any time.

Inokashira Park

Open to visitors in 1917, Inokashira Park has a history of more than 100 years, like a green oasis in the heart of bustling Kichijoji. Inokashira Park offers lush green space along with many entertainment facilities, temples, and large lakes that visitors can enjoy sailing. About 500 cherry trees are planted throughout the Inokashira campus, and more than half of them are planted around the lake.
The moment the cherry blossoms bloom, creating a breathtakingly beautiful landscape, falling petals on the water charm the hearts of people. Some of the flowers bloom until the end of April, including night lighting. This is also a famous viewing spot for autumn maple leaves in Tokyo, Japan.

5 great views of Japanese cherry blossoms in Tokyo 5 great views of Japanese cherry blossoms in Tokyo Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on October 26, 2019 Rating: 5

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