Chidorigafuchi Cherry Blossomsbabibubebo | 13 04 2008
Chidorigafuchi (Chidori-ga-fuchi) is part of the moat that surrounds the former Edo Castle and is one of the most famous places in Tokyo to see cherry blossoms. If you like, you can rent a row boat or a paddle boat. To be honest, there isn’t too much to say about this place that I cannot convey with my photos–besides where it is I guess… Kundashita or Hanzomon Stations on the subway are both within walking distance–so take a look and enjoy!
Obviously, I went during the day, but apparently the view at night when lit up is absolutely spectacular. You can see some night photos of Chidorigafuchi over at Japan Q&A or check out my gallery for a lot more photos of Chidorigafuchi.
|The New Japan Photo Guide
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