Chidorigafuchi Ryokudo is a 700m path that follows a western section of the Imperial Palace moat. This is one of the most well-known spots in Tokyo to view cherry blossoms, with 260 cherry trees bursting into full bloom all over the moat in the spring. Visitors will walk through a tunnel of overhanging blossoms, with moat water reflecting colors in night illumination.
The best season might be the time of cherry blossom viewing, but this walkway combines with surrounding moats and gates of the Imperial Palace and the Budokan to produce amazing scenery throughout the year. There is a lot of greenery along the path and a pier for paddle boats in the middle. You will have a laid-back feeling, stepping away from a tumult of the city.
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Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 16.5km) Google Transit
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5.03 weeks ago
It is a very nice place to see during cherry blossom. The boating, garden and walking path are also worth watching. It is very close to the Indian embassy. There is also a Ramakrishna Ashram here.
4.02 months ago
Walking trail for viewing the greenery of kitanomaru park and the imperial palace. Boating in canal available. Great cherry blossom viewing spot
5.04 months ago
It's beautiful if you can catch the cherry blossoms, but will also be very crowded. Even without cherry blossoms it's a beautiful area and great for walking around if you enjoy gardens. You can also around to the castle proper for some less crowded gardens.
5.04 weeks ago
A great place to see sakura.. really recomended !!!
5.05 months ago
This place is truly magical when the cherry blossoms are out in full force. Akin to a movie, this park is a photographers dream with picture worthy spots at every corner. While the hordes of locals and tourists alike ensure that finding a suitable spot is a tough task, I managed to get some great photos during the early hours of the morning.