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Odakyu Umegaoka Station 小田急梅ヶ丘駅
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Chiba Castle as seen from Kencho-mae monorail station.
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Entrance to Inohana Park
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Entrance to Hanegi Park's plum grove
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Path to Chiba Castle (visible on left)
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The plum trees are on a small hill.
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Chiba Castle and paper lanterns
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Chiba Castle Sakura Matsuri lantern
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Chiba Castle tower
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Chiba Castle
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Cherry blossoms and Chiba Castle
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Picnic area
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Stone monument for "Haru no Tsuki" haiku poem by Nakamura Teijo. 「春の月」中村汀女
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Senzoku-Ike Pond and cherry blossoms.
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Stone monument for "Haru no Tsuki" haiku poem by Nakamura Teijo. 「春の月」中村汀女
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Cherry blossoms and Chiba Castle
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Corners
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Weeping plum blossoms
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Front view
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Flower pair
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Statue of Chiba-no-suke Tsuneshige and Chiba Castle tower 千葉介常重Lord Chiba-no-suke Tsuneshige was the founder of Chiba Castle in 1126.
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The cherry blossoms lining Sotobori Moat also look stunning from the road, Sotobori-dori in front of Kagurazaka.
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Cherry blossoms along the Shakujii River, near Shin-Itabashi Station on the Mita subway line.
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Slope to Arakawa Shizen Koen Park from the Arakawa 2-chome streetcar station on the Tokyo Toden Arakawa Line.
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"Senzoku" means "wash feet." One legend says that Nichiren washed his feet in the pond.
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Near park entrance
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Statue of Chiba-no-suke Tsuneshige built in Dec. 2001 to commemorate Chiba city's 80th anniversary. 千葉介常重Lord Chiba-no-suke Tsuneshige was the founder of Chiba Castle in 1126.
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Weeping cherry
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People in a long line waiting to enter Canal Cafe to either dine or rent a rowboat.
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There are cherries on both sides of the river and a walking path on both sides.
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Cherry trees along the park's perimeter.
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The area with the cherry trees is called Sakurayama.
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Statue of Chiba-no-suke Tsuneshige 千葉介常重Lord Chiba-no-suke Tsuneshige was the founder of Chiba Castle in 1126.
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Weeping cherry next to the water park.
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Canal Cafe is right below the cherries. But notice empty tables despite the long line.
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Entrance to one walking path with a poem monument.
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Cherry trees along the streetcar tracks.
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Stone wall at entrance
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Weeping cherries
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Empty rowboats too.
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Bentenjima, a small peninsula connected by a bridge.
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Steps to front entrance
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Cherry trees along the Sotobori Moat. Formerly a moat of Edo Castle, this canal stretching from Iidabashi Station to Ichigaya Station along the Chuo Line.
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The pond is also depicted in woodblock prints such as by Hiroshige.
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Deck
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Cherry tree shadow
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Castle tower
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Hitsujiyama Park with weeping cherry blossoms and Mt. Bukosan. 羊山公園
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River wall
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Roof tiles with the Chiba clan's crest
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Hitsujiyama Park with weeping cherry blossoms
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Rowboats and low-hanging cherries.
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Shakujii River sprinkled with fallen petals.
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The castle tower is built on an anti-earthquake foundation.
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Hitsujiyama Park and Mt. Bukosan.
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The end of the moat is also a good viewpoint.
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Pleasant walking path.
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Exhibits inside the castle, a folk and history museum for the Chiba clan and Chiba city.
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Top floor of castle
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The end of the moat is also a good viewpoint.
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Balcony on top floor
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How it looks from the end of the moat.
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Sakurayama with hanami pinickers.
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Unfortunately, the mesh fence ruins the view and picture-taking.
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How it looks from the end of the moat.
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A few bridges cross the river.
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The red fence is so low that anyone can fall over.
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Hanami at Senzoku-Ike
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View of park grounds
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Weeping cherry tree
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The moat is parallel to the Chuo Line. View from Shin-Mitsuke Bridge. 新見附橋
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This is where the path around the lake ends.
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View of park grounds
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Weeping cherry tree, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden, Tokyo. 枝垂桜
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Sobu Line passes through.
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Haiku poems solicited from the public are also displayed along the riverside.
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Sobu Line passes through.
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Through the mesh
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This weeping cherry tree is about 60 years old.
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Ochiair River with nanohana rape blossoms.
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Toward Chiba Port
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Weeping cherry tree, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden, Tokyo.
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Chuo Line passes through. 中央線
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Cherry trees
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Weeping cherry tree, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden, Tokyo. Called "Shidare-sakura" in Japanese meaning cherry tree with drooping branches.
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Ochiair River with rape blossoms.
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Also see my YouTube video here.
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Stone lantern
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Cherry blossoms and tennis courts.
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Yellow plum blossoms
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With Tokyo Dome looming above, Koishikawa Korakuen is another famous Edo-Period Japanese garden originally built by Lord Yorifusa of the Mito Tokugawa Clan in 1629 as part of his Edo estate.The garden was completed under Lord Mitsukuni, the second lord of the Mito clan.
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Photographers who love trains and cherries flock here.
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Bicycling road for kids renting bicycles, go-karts, etc., for free.
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Yellow plum blossoms
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Little park
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Map of garden
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Picnic area
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Canal Cafe
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Bekkoame candy stand
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Shorozan hill 小廬山
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Sotobori Park on the other side of the moat. 外濠公園
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Petals
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Kids enjoy riding around the park.
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Path to park exit
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Tokyo Dome in the background. The garden is right next to Tokyo Dome.
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Petals on the ground
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Special section for younger kids.
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Paper lantern written with "Itabashi-ku."
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The man at the corner makes sure the kids obey the traffic rules.
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Larger weeping cherry tree.
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Petals and tree roots.
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There's even a train crossing gate.
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The little park has a side of an old building on the ground, serving as a stage.
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Weeping cherry tree, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden, Tokyo.
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Hill
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In the rear of Ooagata Jinja Shrine, a Plum Garden on a slope.
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Weeping cherries
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Small hill
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Ooagata Jinja Shrine Plum Garden 梅園
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International Christian University is one of Japan's leading English-speaking universities.
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Weeping cherry tree and Tsutenkyo Bridge 通天橋
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From Naka-Meguro Station (Hibiya Line) to Ikejiri Ohashi Station (Toyoko Den'en Toshi Line), cherry blossoms line the Meguro-gawa River.
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Weeping white plum blossoms on a slope. 梅まつり
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The middle of the campus has a long, straight road lined with cherries.
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"Naka-Meguro Sakura Matsuri"
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It's peaceful and quiet, and the cherries are stunningly beautiful when in full bloom.
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Large weeping cherry tree しだれ桜
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The cherries are lit up at night from April 1-9 with lanterns and floodlights.
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Weeping white plum blossoms
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Cherry blossoms tunnel
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The cherry blossoms form a roof over the river.
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Weeping white plum blossoms 白梅
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There is a road on both sides of the river along which you can see the flowers. However, both narrow roads also have cars whizzing by. Watch out or else get bumped by a car.
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Beautiful weeping pink plum blossoms
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Sakura tunnel
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The lights are not as good covering the flowers. Pretty uneven lighting.
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Weeping pink plum blossoms
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Picnic area
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View of shrine from plum garden
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Cherry trees line the Osensui pond. 大泉水
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In the background is Horaijima island (not accessible). 蓬莱島
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No hanami picnics allowed either.
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Plum blossoms bloom in mid-March
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Cherry bicycles
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The flowers are very nice, but viewing them is annoying due to the vehicular traffic.
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Don't forget to shoot the petals.
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They should close the roads to cars during the sakura season. Then more people would come.
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Petals
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Staged shot
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"Meguro-gawa Sakura Matsuri"
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View of Komaki from the plum garden.
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View of Komaki from the plum garden.
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Mochi-nage area.
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Entertainment after the Honen Festival
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Meitetsu Railway Gakuden Station, nearest to Ooagata Shrine. 楽田駅(がくでん)
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Gakuden Station platform
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Gakuden Station platform
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Tokyo Toden streetcar pass by cherry trees near Arakawa 2-chome Station.
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The Biwako Sosui or Lake Biwa Canal in Otsu is also noted for cherry blossoms.
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