[ Today’s famous “Sakura” spot-10 (Last part) : “Meguro” river @Tokyo]

About 800 “yoshino zakura” blooms on the both riversides.

I introduce you the most famous “Sakura” spot in Tokyo, the “Meguro” river’s “sakura” at “Meguro-ku”.
“Meguro” river is about 8km long river that flows into Tokyo Bay through “Meguro-ku” and “Shinagawa-ku” from “Setagaya-ku”.
About 800 “yoshino zakura” blooms on the both riversides for about 3.8km from “Ikejiri-ohashi” to a “Kame-no-kou bashi (bridge)” @ Shinagawa-ku.

At the riversides of “Meguro” river, there are some select shops and cafe. So you can enjoy watching “sakura” and shopping together.

[ Information ] “Meguro” river
■Open: Open all year round and 24 hours a day.
■Fee: Free
■Full bloom of the average year:
From the end of March to the begining of April
from 2-9, Shimo-meguro to 3-1, Higashi-yama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
http://meguro-kanko.com/sakuramap-e2016.html (Guide Book PDF)
■Access: Use train
About 2-minutes walk from “Naka-meguro” station, “Tokyu Toyoko Line” / “Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line”.
About 5-minutes walk from JR “Meguro” station.

You can enjoy shopping while walking ”Sakura” avenue.  Night illuminated pink "Bonbori" (a Japanese paper lantern).
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