Articles Posted in the " Park " Category

  • Inokashira park

    This is Inokashira park (井の頭公園, inokashirakouen). You can appreciate hanami during the evening, and that is genuine hanami. It’s exceptionally lively. Vacationer Info: Inokashira Park is a recreation center situated in the urban communities of Musashino and Mitaka in Tokyo, Japan. Inokashira lake and the Kanda water supply, which were set up amid the Edo period, were the essential wellsprings of the Kanda water supply. The lake is the wellspring of the Kanda River. This territory of area was given to Tokyo City at the season of Emperor Taish? in 1913. The recreation center later opened under the name Inokashira Onshi K?en on May 1, 1918, which can be interpreted […]


  • Sumida Park

    Sumida Park (墨田公園, shumidakouen) is one of the best 100 Sakura Spots in Japan found right alongside Sumida River. There are around 1000 Sakura planted alongside the riverside. Those Sakura make wonderful bloom burrow in Spring. Amid the Hanami period which is between end of March to center of April, there are a ton of functions or occasions, for example, customary move, music or Nursery rhyme tune. Likewise, there numerous Yatai which offer sustenance, toys or snacks in this time. Sumida Park is one of the best 100 Sakura Spots in Japan found right alongside Sumida River. There are around 1000 Sakura planted alongside the riverside. Those Sakura make wonderful […]


  • Ueno Park

    This is Ueno Park (上野公園, uenokouen).If you wanna do a Hanami with class, come here. This is the best place. This is Hanami; it’s a gathering under the sakura, it’s Japanese convention. What’s more, you might ponder; why a few individuals are sitting alone. What they are doing? They are called “placeholder.” Their obligation is to keep the spot until the gathering starts. Visitor Info: Ueno Park (上野公園 Ueno Kōen) is an open park situated in the Ueno segment of Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan. It involves the site of the previous Kan’eiji, a sanctuary nearly connected with the Tokugawa shoguns, who had constructed the sanctuary to watch Edo Castle against the […]