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Thursday, 9 April 2015

Chidorigafuchi blessom, japan

Chidorigafuchi blessom, japan
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Introduction:
The North-Eastern moat of the Imperial Palace known as Chidorigafuchi is one of the most famous cherry-blossom viewing spot in Tokyo. Crowds gather between Kudanshita and Hanzomon stations to contemplate the snow-white blossoms. Individual boats can be rented near Hanzomon.

Chidorigafuchi blessom, japan
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Fact:
Several kinds of cherry trees are seen here: the Weeping cherry, Yoshino cherry, Ohshima cherry, and Sato-zakura. Depending on the type of tree, the timing of its full bloom, colors, and petal numbers are all different, and each has its own beauty. The trees stretch their branches down to the moat, and pale-pink pretty petals dance about in the wind and fall on the water.

Chidorigafuchi blessom, japan
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Getting there:
Two stations that are very close to Chidorigafuchi are Hanzomon (on the Hanzomon subway line) and Kudanshita (on the Toei Shinjuku line).  Here is a Google map to help you find the Chidorigafuchi park and the Chidorigafuchi boathouse:


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