Sakura at Edogawa Koen

Most of the year Edogawa Koen is your average small Tokyo park stuck between buildings with a gentle little river. Once a year it turns into a magnificent oasis of flowers during the Hanami season. Thanks to its hundreds of Sakura (Cherry trees) each year Edogawa Koen turns just for a few days, into a small patch of cotton candy transforming the area into an oasis of peaceful bliss and color.


2 Chome-1 Sekiguchi, Bunkyō-ku, Tōkyō-to 112-0014, Japan


Category: Spring, Tokyo, TSV
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