Tokyo's Best Cherry Blossom Spots

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The area between Azumabashi Bridge and Sakurabashi Bridge on the Sumida River has been a famous cherry blossom viewing spot since the Edo period.

The cherry trees on the banks of the Sumida River trace their origin to saplings planted by the order of Tokugawa Yoshimune, the eighth shogun, in 1717.

Approximately 1,000 cherry trees grow in Sumida Park. 

Visitors can enjoy viewing the lines of blooming trees on both sides of the Sumida River from a yakata-bune (Japanese old-fashioned houseboat). 

▼Sumida Cherry Blossom Festival

28 May 2015〜 5 April 2015

1, 2, and 5 Mukojima, 7-11-1 and 2-1 Hanakawa-do Asakusa Sumida-ku


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