Mar/27 - Apr/7,2019 Sakura Festival at Yasukuni Shrine

Sightseeing information about Mar/27 - Apr/7,2019 Sakura Festival at Yasukuni Shrine in Japan.


Mar/27 - Apr/7,2019 Sakura Festival at Yasukuni Shrine3.3

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 from 3/25 '18 to 3/27 '18

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Yasukuni Shrine is one of the most famous shrines in Tokyo established in 1869 by the will of the Emperor Meiji. Yasukuni Shrine was established to commemorate and honor the achievement of those who dedicated to their lives for the country.There are about 400 cherry blossom trees, but here is the most famous cherry blossom in Tokyo.

The sample tree of Tokyo’s sakura.During the festival, some dances and songs are performed at the stage. The shrine itself is very beautiful with cherry blossoms, but there will be lots of food strolls will be out during Sakura festival, to enjoy ohanami.





PurposeFestivals,night view,cherry blossom viewing,shrine/temple,major,second time in Japan
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Reviews

5.0a month ago

This place is a sacred place for Japan. The spirits of the dead of Japanese solders from ww2 are deified here since the end of the war. They devoted themselves to their sweet homeland. Respect here and never be impolite. You all can come here! This is open for everyone and good park with greens! There are huge gate and Shrine. You would feel very sacred atmosphere! You can buy fortune stuffs here. And there are museum for Japanese ancestors who devoted themselves to Japan!!!

5.0a week ago

Super beautiful cherry blossom and touch Japanese traditional culture

I went to this shrine in spring, so I can enjoy to see beautiful cherry blossom! And there is a some Japanese traditional show that anybody can see.

Also, it's able to draw an Omikuji here.

4.0in the last week

I came here to view the controversial shrine and also hoping to see sakura bloom. Unfortunately, trees were still budding. FYI, do not take pictures of the shrine from the centre while u r in the main hall. Take it from either the right or left. And remove your cap or hat if you are wearing one.

5.02 months ago

Let’s remember all our ancestors and graciously accept and wish for their blessings. Peaceful and majestic. Beautiful place.

5.04 months ago

A great Experience. Truly a place to visit and endure the traditional culture. You can even watch traditional Japanese shows and a WW2 museum. There is a special prayer for about the 40 min dedicated to the Martyrs.