Date: Sunday, April 14th Location: Nakajo, Nakada-machi, Nirasaki City (韮崎市中田町中條) Access: A 10-minute walk from JR Shimpu Station Around 300 cherry blossom trees frame Lake Kawaguchiko, making the trail around the lake an ideal spot to walk around and view the cherry blossoms with Mt. The cherry blossom trail around the lake also has statues of the Seven Lucky Gods.Date: April 19th ~ 29th Location: Walking trail near Kawaguchiko Amphi Hall, Fuji-kawaguchiko Town Access: Train then bus → Get off at Kawaguchiko Station on the Fuji Kyuko Line and take a Retro Bus heading towards Lake Kawaguchiko and get off at the Saru Mawashi Gekijo stop (25 min). At a large pond near Lake Motosuko, a park is brimming with shiba-zakura blossoms.
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There are some spectacular places to see the cherry blossoms in Kyoto too - see my Kyoto Cherry Blossom Viewing guide for full details about the best places to see the cherries in Kyoto and where to stay too.
So why don’t you bring your camera and head to these places—listed in no particular order—in Tokyo from late March to mid-April?
Access: Ikejiri-Ohashi, Meguro, or Naka-Meguro Station Over 800 cherry trees grow on a stretch of the Meguro River, spanning almost 4 km out of its 7.82 km length and transforming an otherwise ordinary river into a beautiful sight.
Around the Jindai-zakura tree there will be many other cherry blossom trees, thousands of daffodils, and food stands and stalls.