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Harimazaka road, named after Lord Matsudaira Harima who had his main residence here during the Edo Period, is lined with 127 cherry blossom trees for about 460 meters.
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The cherry trees were planted in 1960. In 1972, the first Bunkyo Ward Cherry Blossom Festival was held. (Bunkyo Sakura Matsuri). They bloom in late March.
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Harimazaka is near Myogadani Station on the Marunouchi Line. The cherry blossoms are on the median strip.
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Harimazaka cherry blossoms, Bunkyo Ward Tokyo
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Looks like she's enjoying the cherry blossoms in the nude. Nude sculpture at Harimazaka in spring. Bunkyo Ward, Tokyo
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Nude sculpture at Harimazaka in spring. Bunkyo Ward, Tokyo
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An intersection, then more cherry trees.
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Cannot reserve a picnic space in advance.
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The other end of the cherry tree-lined path on the median strip.
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Myogadani Station on the Marunouchi Line.
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Myogadani Station on the Marunouchi Line.
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