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.

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    Ueno Park

    Ueno Park is home to most of the attractions in the Ueno District, including the Ueno Zoo and many museums including Tokyo National Museum, National Museum of Nature and Science, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum and Tokyo Metropolitan Festival Hall. In cherry blossom season, Ueno Park is Read more [...]

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    Koishikawa Korakuen Garden

    Koishikawa Korakuen Garden is a beautiful historic traditional Japanese garden in the Kaiyu-shiki-teien or promenade style with a pond and a pair of hills which represent Mount Lu in China. Koishikawa Korakuen Garden is one of only seven sites in Japan that is designated as a Special Place of Scenic Beauty and Special Read more [...]

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    Shukkeien Garden

    Shukkeien Garden Hiroshima sometimes known as Bridges in Shukkeien is one of the great Japanese gardens. Skukkeien Garden is also significant for its roll in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.

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    Itsukushima Shrine

    Itsukushima Shrine is a Shinto Shrine on the island of Miyajima in Hiroshima Prefecture. Itsukushima Shrine was first constructed in the 6th century, but the current buildings date to the 12th century. Itsukushima Shrine is famous for its floating torii, Otorii, commonly referred to as Miyajima Torii, which appears to Read more [...]

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    Kyoto Imperial Palace (Gosho)

    Kyoto Imperial Palace (Gosho) was the Imperial residence when Kyoto was the capital of Japan. Kyoto Gosho features a beautiful and highly acclaimed strolling traditional Japanese garden designed by Kobori Enshu. Kyoto Imperial Palace Buildings The most important building in the palace complex is the Shishinden or Hall for State Read more [...]

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    Philosopher’s Walk Kyoto

    Philosopher’s Walk Kyoto is the name given to a 2km-long path through north-eastern Kyoto. Philosopher’s Walk Kyoto travels along a path next to a small river lined with cherry blossom trees passing five significant temples and two shrines.

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    Arashiyama

    Arashiyama is a district on the western outskirts of Kyoto. Arashiyama is focused around the Oi River which forms a backdrop to the district. Arashiyama is famous its “Moon Crossing Bridge” (Togetsukyo Bridge), cherry blossom and World Heritage Site, Tenryuji Temple.

  • Tsuruma Park

    Tsuruma Park, in Nagoya is most famous for its cherry blossom and considered one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom Spots.