The Ono-ji Temple Cliff-Carved Buddha stands before the water’s edge. The temple is also known for its two 300-year-old weeping cherry trees blooming in spring,
Tatsuno Castle is located just 15km from Himeji castle in Hyogo. You can walk around the lovely castle town whle enjoying the historic atmosphere and see the view from the remains of the old castle.
Sasayama castle, located in Hyogo is rustic and tranquil, but it offers nice views of the surrounding countryside. The castle is a famous spot for cherry blossoms.
Maruyama Park is behind Yasaka Shrine in the Higashiyama District in Kyoto. The park is popular for both locals and visitors, particularly when cherry trees bloom.
A thousand cherry blossom trees bloom along the river in Takada city. A pale pink “sakura” tunnel stretches around 2.5km to Onaka park.
Arashiyama is a very popular tourist site in Kyoto, nature and temples make up beautiful scenery, particularly during the cherry blossom and autumn color seasons.
Yoshino is perhaps Japan’s most famous cherry blossom site. 30,000 wild trees spread over the dips and peaks of Mt. Yoshino in the second to third week of April.
The Path of Philosophy is a pleasant path through the northern part of Higashiyama district. The path is most popular in early spring for the cherry blossom.
Butsuryu-ji Temple in Uda city has the biggest and oldest cherry blossom in Nara. You can also see blossoms of “higanbana” in autumn.
“Nakaragi no michi” is the section of the path in front of the Kyoto Botanical Garden. The cherry trees here are all weeping cherry blossom.
Shukugawa park is Located both side of the Shukugawa River in the west of Nishinomiya City. The park is famous for the cherry blossom viewing spot.