Imperial Palace / Chidorigafuchi Cherry Blossom Festival

Imperial Palace / Chidorigafuchi Cherry Blossom Festival
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From my point of view, Tokyo's leading cherry blossom spots are two; One is Ueno Park, and the other is Chidorigafuchi. Hundreds of cherry trees are around the moat, so it has been a famous sakura viewing place for a long time.

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Guide Name: Imperial Palace / Chidorigafuchi Cherry Blossom Festival
Guide Location: Japan » Tokyo
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Imperial Palace  
Author: Kozue Mitani
Read it on author's website: http://blog.tokyo-direct-guide.com/2015/04/imperial-palace-chidorigafuchi-sakura.html

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