What to Expect
During this period in usual years, you can enjoy viewing cherry blossoms, varying from early bloom to full bloom.
Ginkaku-ji Temple (the Silver Pavilion ) is a symbolic temple of Higashiyama Culture of Muromachi Period (1333 - 1578) characterized by wabi-sabi or refined simplicity and rusticity.
The Philosopher's Path with a narrow stream is lined with hundreds of cherry trees.
A popular photo spot in the precinct of Nanzen-ji Temple, in which runs a high-rise waterway supported by arch-shaped brick piers.
Weeping cherry trees will be in blossom in the Heian Jingu Shrine Garden, a strolling-style landscape garden with a pond.
Cherry blossom viewing along the Kamo River from Marutamachi Street to Shijo Street
At Maruyama Park you will see lots of people having parties under cherry blossoms, eating and drinking merrily.
Strolling along the Gion area.