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It is said that this cherry tree must be seen at least once in your lifetime. More than 400 cherry trees fill the 130,00 square meters of land. You can enjoy the flowers as you are showered with petals of cherry blossoms. It's like a fairy wonderland.
36 Inui-cho, Haradani, Okitayama, Kita-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto
9:00-17:00 Opened to the public only from the end of March to late April, and the autumn leaf season (from late November to early December).
A wide variety of cherry trees such as weeping cherry, usuzumizakura, someiyoshino, double weeping cherry, yellow cherry, green cherry, chrysanthemum cherry, sato-sakura will be in full bloom, from one after another, providing glorious scenery during the open period in the spring.
Take the city bus (# 205 to Nishi-Ojidori, Kinkakuji, Nishi-Ojishijo) from the "KItaoji Station" on the subway line, and get off at "Wara-Tenjin" (about 15 minutes). Walk about 3 minutes and take an another city bus (M1 line) bound for Haradani and get off at the last stop (about 10 minutes). About 2 minutes walk from the bus stop.
Take the city bus (north 1 line) from the "Kitaoji station" on the subway line and get off at "Takagamine Genkoan-mae" stop (about 20 minutes). About a 30 or 40-minute walk from the bus stop.
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