Trip Planner : Asia / Japan / Kanto / Tokyo Prefecture / Tokyo / Chiyoda / Sightseeing / Chidorigafuchi
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
One of the city's most iconic areas known for its flowering cherry trees, Chidorigafuchi plays home to a park, a lengthy pedestrian path, and a historic moat. Originally part of the defenses of the now-ruined Edo Castle, the moat and earthworks suffered heavy damage during World War II. You can visit the park surrounding the moat and wander its 700 m (2,297 ft) pedestrian walkway to take in the views of the seasonally blossoming cherry trees, a symbol of the region. Alternatively, rent a paddleboat or canoe and explore from the water, winding your way between the moat walls surrounded by low-hanging trees. To visit Chidorigafuchi and other attractions in Tokyo, use our Tokyo travel itinerary planner.
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九段下から訪問しましたが。桜に菜の花も綺麗に咲いていて見事です。ちょうど武道館の入り口付近の桜は堀に向かって垂れ下がっている所が見事です。ゆっくり散策お勧めです。Have you visited from 9-under. Cherry also rape blossoms blooming beautifully and is fine. Just cherry tree near the entrance of the Budokan is fine, drooping toward the trench. Slow walking is recommended.show original
Lined on both sides by sakura (cherry blossoms) trees that burst into bloom in late March or early April, this walk alongside a portion of the moat surrounding the Imperial Palace is sheer pleasure to... read more »
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