Everything is decked out in pink and everyone is celebrating spring with beers and bento boxes under a forest of cherry blossoms.
This park was once owned by the imperial family before it became public in 1949. It is divided into several areas, with a Japanese garden, an English or French garden, and even a greenhouse where many tropical species grow. It is a popular place all year round for families and groups of friends. In the spring, a large number of people come here for the cherry blossoms, as more than ten different types of cherry trees can be admired there. In the fall, it's pleasant to stroll under the red maple alleys.
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