What to Expect
This is the best and only season to view cherry blossoms or sakura in Japan.
Why don't you have memorable experiences about cherry blossoms in Japan?
This tour covers four of the best cherry-blossom-viewing spots in Tokyo.
You'll see the scenes of magnificent Japanese sakura to your heart content and learn a little about Japanese history of the Edo period nearly 350 to 150 years ago.
At Shinjuku Gyoen National Park, you'll enjoy looking at a variety of cherry blossoms of many cherry trees, walking through the Traditional Japanese Garden, the English Landscape Garden,and the French Formal Garden.
There is a stunning view of cherry blossoms on the lawns of English Garden.
After 8-minute-train ride, we are heading to the Tokyo's most famous cherry blossom viewing spot near the Imperial Palace or the former Edo castle, taking a promenade through a tunnel made of flowering cherry trees.
Then you'll see the scene of gorgeous pale-pink blossoms against the water of the Castle Moat.
Lastly, we can get a firsthand look at the remains of the former Edo Castle such as the formidable gates and the stone walls. We can enjoy the Eastern Garden of the Imperial palace which has a beautiful Japanese garden and the great stone foundation of Edo Castle except Mondays and Fridays.