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Weeping cherry and Senzoku-Ike Pond. Near Senzoku-Ike Station on the Tokyu Ikegami Line from Gotanda.
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Senzoku-Ike Pond has a walking path which goes almost completely around. Only 1.2 km.
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Senzoku-Ike Pond and cherry blossoms.
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Map of pond
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Bridge
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Hachimangu Shrine torii
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Hachimangu Shrine torii
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Hachimangu Shrine
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Hachimangu Shrine. Do not climb on the horse.
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"Senzoku" means "wash feet." One legend says that Nichiren washed his feet in the pond.
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The area with the cherry trees is called Sakurayama.
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Bentenjima, a small peninsula connected by a bridge.
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The pond is also depicted in woodblock prints such as by Hiroshige.
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Shrine on Bentenjima
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Bridge to Bentenjima.
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Sakurayama with hanami pinickers.
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Hanami at Senzoku-Ike
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This is where the path around the lake ends.
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Senzoku-Ike Station on the Tokyo Ikegami Line. THe train line was built in 1928.
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Senzoku-ike station platform
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Tokyu Ikegami Line train
 
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