All Cherry Blossom

To experience Cherry Blossom in Japan is one of life’s most enjoyable encounters, not just the sight of the beautiful blossom, but the history, culture and festivals related to cherry blossom in Japan add so much more to the event.

  • Japan Mint Osaka

    Japan Mint Osaka is the Head Office for the Japan Mint which has branches in Tokyo and Hiroshima. Japan Mint Osaka was opened in 1871 and began producing coins. Today you can take a tour of the Japan Mint Osaka and there is also a museum. Japan Mint Osaka also Read more [...]

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    Daisen Park

    Daisen Park is in Sakai Osaka, between the Daisenryo Kofun and the Kamiishizu Misanzai Kofun. Daisen Park covers 35 ha and features a traditional Japanese gardens, 400 cherry blossom trees, Hana-to-mizu-no-hiroba (flower and water park), Heiwa-to Tower of Peace and the Sakai City Museum.

  • Nagai Park

    Nagai Park is a large (65.7 ha) park which features three sports stadium including the 50,000 seat Nagai Stadium, baseball field and Nagai Botanical Garden. Nagai Park is also famous for its cherry blossom which lines many of the paths through the park.

  • Ogi Park

    Ogi Park in Saga Prefecture is famous for its 3,000 cherry blossom trees and is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots.

  • Omiya Park

    Omiya Park, in Saitama Saitama Prefecture, is a large 68ha park, which is famous for its Japanese Red Pines and cherry blossom trees. Omiya Park, which opened in 1885, is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots.

  • Kitazakura-dori

    Kitazakura-dori in Nagatoro Saitama Prefecture, is the road running along next to Arakawa River from Nagatoro Station to Takasago-bashi (bridge) (4km), which is lined on both sides by some 600 cherry blossom trees which create a blossom tunnel. This part of Nagatoro is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Read more [...]

  • Kumagaya Arakawa Ryokuchi Park

    Kumagaya Arakawa Ryokuchi Park, also known as Kumagaya Sakura Tsutsumi, in Kumagaya Saitama Prefecture, is famous for its cherry blossom and is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots. Kumagaya Arakawa Ryokuchi Park features a 2km long blossom tunnel.

  • Kaizu-Osaki

    Kaizu-Osaki is a famous view with its pink cherry trees in full bloom against the dark blue waters of Lake Biwa, the rocks sticking out prominently from the water, and lush green mountains with snow-covered peaks. Kaizu Osaki is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots.

  • Ho Koen

    Ho Koen on the edge of Lake Biwa in Nagahama, is famous for its cherry blossom and is considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots. Ho Koen also contains the reconstructed Nagahama Castle.