Apr/17 - May/5, 2021 Kurikara Double-Cherry-Blossom Festival3.5
from 4/17 '21 to 5/5 '21
※Due to the coronavirus concerns, the pounding rice cake(mochi) events will be cancelled,but you can buy it in the shop of Kurikarafudouji temple. Please check the official website.
Kurikara Park is located in Toyama Prefecture in the Japan Sea coastal area.
There are many historical sites related to the Genpei War in the park. The Kurikara Battle Field which is known for the "Kagyu no Kei", a surprise attack, by Kiso Yoshinaka which led to the defeat of the Heike clan. About 6,000 Sakura cherry trees bloom beautifully in spring in this park. At night, cherry trees are lit up by over 200 lantern, and it creates a mysterious yet beautiful scenery. You shouldn't miss.
Pounding rice cake(mochi) party is held in the Kurikarafudouji temple precincts for praying avoidance of bad luck.
Approximately 65 thousand people visit the festival every year.
Sakura Light-up: 17-April till 5-May, 2021
Kurikara Park：2996-5, Hanyu, Oyabe City, Toyama Prefecture
Access: 15 minutes by car from Isurugi Station on the Ainome Toyama Railway
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PurposeFestivals,nature,cherry blossom viewing,shrine/temple,sightseeing,let's hang out!,an eating tour
Airport/Sta. Isurugi sta. (about 4.6km) Google Transit
We guide this spot.
4.02 months ago
An old battlefield that won the battle with the Heike army.
It's a park now, but it's a little-known place with few people!
The ancient Koshi road and Gokokuhachimangu, a nationally designated important cultural property, were nearby, and it was a very good place to take a walk.
5.0a year ago
What kind of place was that area in that era? Knowing the terrain is also important for the battle.
Invite the opponent out on purpose.
It is also important that you do not exert your opponent's strength.
5.02 years ago
There were a lot of nice trees.
3.02 years ago
It is a park with beautiful double cherry blossoms.
5.0a year ago