Image search results - "weeping"
003-IMG_9645.jpg
Chiba Park approach
004-IMG_9666.jpg
005-IMG_9674.jpg
White weeping cherry blossoms
006-IMG_9675.jpg
White weeping cherry blossoms
007-IMG_9682.jpg
Pink weeping cherry blossoms
008-IMG_9684.jpg
009-IMG_9688.jpg
010-IMG_9692.jpg
011-IMG_9696.jpg
012-IMG_9707.jpg
013-IMG_9709.jpg
014-IMG_9710.jpg
White and pink weeping cherry blossoms
015-IMG_9715.jpg
About 30 weeping cherry trees ring the pond's perimeter.
016-IMG_9729.jpg
Chiba Park
017-IMG_9734.jpg
018-IMG_9737.jpg
019-IMG_9748.jpg
020-IMG_9749.jpg
021-IMG_0823.jpg
Weeping cherry
021-IMG_9750.jpg
Most of the weeping cherries are planted along the pond's edge.
022-IMG_0828.jpg
Weeping cherry next to the water park.
022-IMG_9760.jpg
Chiba Park weeping cherries
023-IMG_0831.jpg
Weeping cherries
023-IMG_9761.jpg
Boats for rent
024-IMG_9766.jpg
025-IMG_9768.jpg
026-IMG_2339.jpg
Hitsujiyama Park with weeping cherry blossoms and Mt. Bukosan. 羊山公園
026-IMG_9773.jpg
027-IMG_2337.jpg
Hitsujiyama Park with weeping cherry blossoms
027-IMG_9776.jpg
028-IMG_2342.jpg
Hitsujiyama Park and Mt. Bukosan.
028-IMG_9778.jpg
029-IMG_9782.jpg
030-IMG_9783.jpg
031-IMG_9784.jpg
032-IMG_9787.jpg
Chiba Park
033-IMG_1854.jpg
Weeping cherry tree
033-IMG_9793.jpg
034-IMG_1855.jpg
Weeping cherry tree, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden, Tokyo. 枝垂桜
034-IMG_9803.jpg
Monorail track
035-IMG_1857.jpg
This weeping cherry tree is about 60 years old.
035-IMG_9809.jpg
036-IMG_1856.jpg
Weeping cherry tree, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden, Tokyo.
036-IMG_9820.jpg
037-IMG_1859.jpg
Weeping cherry tree, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden, Tokyo. Called "Shidare-sakura" in Japanese meaning cherry tree with drooping branches.
037-IMG_9821.jpg
038-IMG_1996.jpg
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.
038-IMG_9832.jpg
039-IMG_1873.jpg
039-IMG_9833.jpg
040-IMG_1875.jpg
040-IMG_9834.jpg
041-IMG_1869.jpg
Shorozan hill 小廬山
041-IMG_9843.jpg
Arakiyama hill 荒木山A low hill is next to the pond. Some cherry trees are also on this hill.
042-IMG_1876.jpg
042-IMG_9845.jpg
Arakiyama hill 荒木山
043-IMG_1878.jpg
Tokyo Dome in the background. The garden is right next to Tokyo Dome.
043-IMG_9857.jpg
Photogenic weeping cherry シダレザクラ
044-IMG_1894.jpg
044-IMG_9865.jpg
045-IMG_1882.jpg
Larger weeping cherry tree.
045-IMG_9869.jpg
Weeping cherry tree is "shidare-zakura" in Japanese.
046-IMG_1879.jpg
046-IMG_9870.jpg
"Shidare" actually means "drooping."
047-IMG_1893.jpg
047-IMG_9866.jpg
Monument for the Ohga Lotus, a 2,000-year-old lotus flower species discovered in Chiba by the late Dr. Ohga in 1951. 大賀ハス
048-IMG_1880.jpg
Weeping cherry tree, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden, Tokyo.
048-IMG_9876.jpg
Lotus Pavilion, the Ohga Lotus blooms around this pavilion during June and July. 蓮華亭
049-IMG_1895.jpg
Weeping cherries
049-IMG_9885.jpg
Inside Lotus Pavilion, pictures of the Ohga Lotus is displayed. 蓮華亭
050-IMG_1898.jpg
Weeping cherry tree and Tsutenkyo Bridge 通天橋
050-IMG_9877.jpg
Pond path
051-IMG_9880.jpg
綿打池
052-IMG_1903.jpg
Large weeping cherry tree しだれ桜
052-IMG_9883.jpg
綿打池
053-IMG_1909.jpg
053-IMG_9895.jpg
Chiba Koen Station 千葉公園駅
054-IMG_9900.jpg
Chiba Koen Station monorail platform 千葉公園駅
055-IMG_9897.jpg
Chiba Koen Station monorail
mi200-20120428_3169.jpg
JR Miharu Station on the Ban'etsu-to Line, two stops from JR Koriyama Station on the Tohoku shinkansen line.
mi201-20120428_3171.jpg
JR Miharu Station greets you with numerous cherry blossoms right along the tracks.
mi202-20120428_3174.jpg
mi203-20120428_3173.jpg
From JR Miharu Station, you can see these cherry blossoms.
mi204-20120428_3755.jpg
Inside Miharu Station is this sign indicating the status of the Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree. It points to "Full bloom."
mi205-20120428_3176.jpg
JR Miharu Station
mi206-20120428_3177.jpg
From JR Miharu Station, shuttle buses run to the Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree.
mi207-20120428_3179.jpg
Shuttle bus stop near the Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree.
mi208-20120428_3180.jpg
From the bus stop, follow the sign.
mi209-20120428_3181.jpg
A short walk from the bus stop.
mi210-20120428_3185.jpg
mi211-20120428_3193.jpg
First you see some cherry trees along a ridge on a hill.
mi212-20120428_3194.jpg
The granddaddy Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree is visible from the ridge.
mi213-20120428_3204.jpg
mi214-20120428_3245.jpg
mi215-20120428_3225.jpg
mi216-20120428_3255.jpg
Inari Shrine on the ridge.
mi217-20120428_3249.jpg
Inari Shrine
mi218-20120428_3210.jpg
mi219-20120428_3229.jpg
From the ridge, go down these steps to see the Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree on a slope.
mi220-20120428_3217.jpg
mi221-20120428_3259.jpg
mi222-20120428_3263.jpg
Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree.
mi223-20120428_3265.jpg
The Miharu Takizakura (Waterfall cherry blossoms) cherry tree is one of Japan's most famous and grandest weeping cherry tree. It is over 1,000 years old and the mother of thousands of weeping cherry trees in Japan and even overseas.
mi224-20120428_3273p.jpg
The Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree is in a park-like area with walking paths.
mi225-20120428_3268.jpg
mi226-20120428_3277.jpg
mi227-20120428_3282.jpg
mi228-20120428_3284.jpg
mi229-20120428_3287.jpg
mi230-20120428_3288.jpg
mi231-20120428_3297.jpg
mi232-20120428_3299.jpg
The Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree looks different from different angles.
mi233-20120428_3302.jpg
mi234-20120428_3304.jpg
mi235-20120428_3305.jpg
mi236-20120428_3308.jpg
mi237-20120428_3309.jpg
mi238-20120428_3312.jpg
mi239-20120428_3313.jpg
mi240-20120428_3318.jpg
mi241-20120428_3330.jpg
mi242-20120428_3335.jpg
Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture. Over 1,000 years old.
mi243-20120428_3337.jpg
mi244-20120428_3343.jpg
mi245-20120428_3348.jpg
mi246-20120428_3354.jpg
Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture. Over 1,000 years old.
mi247-20120428_3367.jpg
mi248-20120428_3366.jpg
mi249-20120428_3380.jpg
mi250-20120428_3372.jpg
People are not allowed to walk on the tree roots so there is a walking path along the tree edge.
mi251-20120428_3388.jpg
Going to the Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture.
mi252-20120428_3385.jpg
A volunteer photographer will take your picture with your camera for free.
mi253-20120428_3389.jpg
mi254-20120428_3390.jpg
mi255-20120428_3391.jpg
mi256-20120428_3393.jpg
Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture. Over 1,000 years old.
mi257-20120428_3394.jpg
mi258-20120428_3396.jpg
Many tree trunks are twisted together to form this one, large trunk.
mi259-20120428_3403.jpg
mi260-20120428_3405.jpg
mi261-20120428_3410.jpg
Wooden posts support the tall branches.
mi262-20120428_3414.jpg
mi263-20120428_3424.jpg
A gigantic bonsai tree.
mi264-20120428_3407.jpg
A little shrine under the Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture.
mi265-20120428_3419.jpg
A little shrine under the Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture.
mi266-20120428_3431.jpg
A little shrine under the Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture.
mi267-20120428_3432.jpg
mi268-20120428_3417.jpg
mi269-20120428_3427.jpg
mi270-20120428_3428.jpg
mi271-20120428_3429.jpg
mi272-20120428_3441.jpg
mi273-20120428_3454.jpg
mi274-20120428_3471.jpg
mi275-20120428_3475.jpg
mi276-20120428_3477.jpg
Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture.
mi277-20120428_3481.jpg
mi278-20120428_3489.jpg
mi279-20120428_3492.jpg
mi280-20120428_3495.jpg
Map of the area around the Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture.
mi281-20120428_3470.jpg
Cherry trees along the ridge of the hill.
mi282-20120428_3496.jpg
Souvenir shops are food stalls.
mi283-20120428_3498.jpg
Sakura noodles.
mi284-20120428_3500.jpg
Plants for sale.
mi285-20120428_3501.jpg
mi286-20120428_3504.jpg
mi287-20120428_3511.jpg
They turn on the lights at 6 pm when the tree is in bloom. But we had to wait about an hour before it got dark enough.
mi288-20120428_3512.jpg
A large crowd even in the evening. Lotta photographers too.
mi289-20120428_3517.jpg
mi290-20120428_3519.jpg
mi291-20120428_3533.jpg
mi292-20120428_3536.jpg
The Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree is lit up till 9 pm.
mi293-20120428_3553.jpg
mi294-20120428_3550.jpg
mi295-20120428_3558.jpg
mi296-20120428_3562.jpg
mi297-20120428_3570.jpg
mi298-20120428_3571.jpg
Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture.
mi299-20120428_3569.jpg
Miharu Takizakura weeping cherry tree in Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture.
mi300-20120428_3580.jpg
mi301-20120428_3592.jpg
mi302-20120428_3601.jpg
mi303-20120428_3604.jpg
mi304-20120428_3609.jpg
mi305-20120428_3611.jpg
mi306-20120428_3621.jpg
mi307-20120428_3635.jpg
mi308-20120428_3639.jpg
mi309-20120428_3640.jpg
mi310-20120428_3641.jpg
mi311-20120428_3643.jpg
Moon
mi312-20120428_3645.jpg
mi313-20120428_3648.jpg
mi314-20120428_3651.jpg
mi315-20120428_3671.jpg
Hokusai-style cherry blossom waves.
mi316-20120428_3707.jpg
mi317-20120428_3712.jpg
mi318-20120428_3751.jpg
Back on the hilltop ridge. That's the Takizakura on the lower left.
mi319-20120428_3744.jpg
nh408-20120429_4231.jpg
Dairinji temple's weeping cherry tree.
nh409-20120429_4252.jpg
Dairinji temple's weeping cherry tree.
nh410-20120429_4233.jpg
Dairinji temple's weeping cherry tree.
nh411-20120429_4295.jpg
Dairinji temple's weeping cherry tree.
nh412-20120429_4314.jpg
Map of Dairinji temple.
nh413-20120429_4301.jpg
Dairinji temple.
nh414-20120429_4310.jpg
nh415-20120429_4304.jpg
nh416-20120429_4239.jpg
nh417-20120429_4240.jpg
Dairinji temple.
nh418-20120429_4242.jpg
nh419-20120429_4245.jpg
nh420-20120429_4246.jpg
nh421-20120429_4249.jpg
nh422-20120429_4250.jpg
ri210-IMG_1828.jpg
A long line forms at Rikugien's Someimon Gate entrance. When the weeping cherry tree is in bloom in late March, many people come. 染井門
ri211-IMG_1748.jpg
Even the main Seimon entrance is crowded with people. This is a weekday. Admission 300 yen. 正門
ri212-IMG_9509.jpg
Seimon Gate entrance to Rikugien Garden.
ri213-IMG_1750.jpg
Sign says the weeping cherry tree is in full bloom (mankai). 「しだれ桜 満開」
ri214-IMG_1752.jpg
Rikugien Garden's famous weeping cherry tree. In Japanese, it is called "shidare-sakura" meaning drooping cherry.
ri215-IMG_1760.jpg
A large crowd admire the beautiful weeping cherry tree.
ri216-IMG_1756.jpg
When this weeping cherry tree is in bloom, the garden is open at night and this tree is lit up.
ri217-IMG_1754.jpg
Very difficult to take a picture of the tree without any people in it.
ri218-IMG_1771.jpg
Rikugien is one of the nicest Japanese gardens in central Tokyo, and one of two of Edo's famous gardens (other is Koishikawa Korakuen). The garden was built in 1702 by Lord Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu from Kawagoe, who was a favorite ally of Shogun Tokugawa Tsunayoshi, the 5th Tokugawa Shogun. It is a Kaiyu-type Daimyo garden with hills and ponds. Near Komagome Station on the Yamanote Line.
ri219-IMG_1768.jpg
Weeping cherry flowers.
ri220-IMG_1770.jpg
Closeup of flowers.
ri221-IMG_1763.jpg
Side view
ri222-IMG_1787.jpg
ri223-IMG_1775.jpg
ri224-IMG_1791.jpg
ri225-IMG_1802.jpg
Under the shower of weeping flowers.
ri226-IMG_1793.jpg
ri227-IMG_1800.jpg
Tree trunk
ri228-IMG_1803.jpg
ri229-IMG_1804.jpg
The many low-hanging branches are supported by wooden posts.
ri230-IMG_9511.jpg
How the tree looks after it finishes blooming.
ri250-20160329-0607.jpg
When the weeping cherry tree is in bloom, Rikugien Garden also illuminates the tree at night in late March to early April.
ri251-20160329-0614.jpg
Very beautiful, but very crowded.
ri252-20160329-0619.jpg
ri253-20160329-0648.jpg
ri254-20160329-0660.jpg
ri255-20160329-0672.jpg
Picture-taking frenzy around Rikugien's weeping cherry tree.
ri256-20160329-0674.jpg
ri257-20160329-0680.jpg
ri258-20160329-0691.jpg
ri259-20160329-0699.jpg
They also light up the pine trees in spring, similar to autumn.
ri261-20160329-0705.jpg
This tall weeping cherry tree looks totally different from different angles.
ri262-20160329-0738.jpg
Like a cherry tree monster.
ri263-20160329-0758.jpg
Part of the illumination was pink.
ri264-20160329-0712.jpg
ri265-20160329-0723.jpg
ri266-20160329-0720.jpg
ri267-20160329-0732.jpg
Rikugien Garden's second weeping cherry tree at night.
287 files on 2 page(s) 1