Rikugien-Shidarezakura Daimyo Garden Light-up

Sightseeing information about Rikugien-Shidarezakura Daimyo Garden Light-up in Japan.


Rikugien-Shidarezakura (Weeping sakura) Daimyo Garden Light-up4.2

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 from 3/21 '18 to 4/5 '18

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Sumida Park which locates across Taito Ward and Sumida Ward spreading across Sumidagawa River is a place famous for cherry blossoms which continues from the Edo period.
A beautiful cherry blossom tunnel following the Right Bank (Taito Ward side) and Left Bank (Sumida Ward side): Sumida Park extends from Azumabashi to Sakurabashi via Kototoibashi and spreads along both Sumidagawa river banks.
If you sit occasionally and take a light break while strolling through the cherry blossoms tunnel, Taito Ward side is recommended.
If you would like to cherish the cherry blossom viewing to the max with a leisure seat under the cherry tree, Sumida Ward side is recommended.
The cherry blossom festival at Sumida Park will be held on the Taito Ward side and Sumida Ward side respectively. It is a lot of fun with various events such as teahouses, various stalls, flea markets, dancing and Japanese drums.

Sakura Festival held on Taito Ward side: March 20th - April 8th, 2018.
When the cherry blossoms bloom about 1km along the Sumida River, you can enjoy the scenery collaboration with the Tokyo Sky Tree, as well as enjoy on Yakata boat and water bus with cherry blossom trees on both sides along the Sumida River. In the evening, the cherry blossoms in the garden are lighted up and the fantastic landscape of cherry blossoms spreads at night. Geisha tea houses and stalls are opened, Japanese drum performances, various entertainment performances, flea markets etc. are held. Food stalls will also be opened centering on eating and drinking systems.

39th Bokutei Sakura Festival: 2018 March 17th - April 10, Mukojima 1 Sumida ku Tokyo
In Sumida Park on Sumida Ward side there are 343 cherry trees of 44 species, including Yoshino cherry tree, Yamazakura, Oshima cherry tree, etc. line up.
At the festival, there are lively and fun events such as lion dancing, monkeyclimbing, belly dancing, Japanese drums, street performers, mochi-making and so on. Mukojima geisha tea houses and stalls are opened, and it is crowded with special products, souvenir shops, lobbying corner etc.
Food stalls are mainly based on food stalls, but lunch boxes, drinks and hot snacks are also sold from standard festival stalls.
During the period from March 21st (Wednesday) to April 10th (Tuesday), cherry blossoms are lit up at night and lantern lanterns are lit and fantastic cherry blossoms emerge in the dark night and contemporary Tokyo Sky You can enjoy comparing the light up of the tree.
In addition, events will be held at the Sakurabashi event space on March 31st (Saturday), April 1st (Sunday), April 7st (Saturday), April 8th (Sunday).

Purposecherry blossom viewing,art,sightseeing
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Reviews

5.0a month ago

Beautiful Japanese garden! We had a lovely time taking a break there and found the garden great. We even had the chance to see a traditional Japanese performance for free! There's also a tea house where you can buy refreshments and snacks and enjoy the great view. Just be careful to not wear short clothes. We were there at the beginning of October and I had a lot of Mosquito bites unfortunately.

4.0in the last week

六義園 (Rakugi-en Garden) is a famous tourist attraction in Tokyo. This park consists of many artificial landscape like pond, hill, tree, creek and bridge. I visited here in maple season (November) and it is lucky there is a night-light activity for those beautiful maple trees. I take a lot of pictures for the night scene and recommend everyone can visit here in maple season (about from October to November, better check the predicting weather report)

This traditional garden is small that I finished my visit in 1 hour, but I got a serenity and astonished image in my brain.

5.0a week ago

Japanese gardens are like no others, and this one is no exception. Fantastic from every angle. Everything feels carefully juxtaposed and looked after. Nothing fancy loud, it is like walking into a traditional Japanese painting. It’s that good.

4.03 months ago

Let me propose the best way here.

In Spring for cherry blossom season, the best way is go and buy tickets in the morning, and wait till it's getting dark, by having lunch and dinner around. Then get into the garden. Otherwise you'll spend half an hour for just buying a ticket.
Inside the garden, not that much cherry blossom than I expected. But it's well treated and organized.

5.0in the last week

A beautiful garden, you can spend maximum 2 hours here. A must go place in autumn