From my point of view, Tokyo's leading cherry blossom spots are two; One is Ueno Park, and the other is Chidorigafuchi.
Full-blooming cherry blossoms in Chidorigafuchi, Tokyo, Japan
These 2 places are musts for a blogger like me.
I uploaded a Chidorigafuchi post before, but it was combined with cherry blossom forecast of the year. Full-blooming sakura photos are at the bottom there. (So I wrote cherry blossom forecast post apart from other cherry blossom related posts this time.)
So I hope to concentrate to photos, travel information such as how to get there, Google Maps, and so on, at the bottom of this post, and a comparison with the other greatest sakura spot Ueno Park.
Back to basics, Chidorigafuchi is a district around Imperial Palace.
In case the pronunciation is too difficult because of languages, just remember it as Imperial Palace.
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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