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Chidorigafuchi, Chiyoda

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.6/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web
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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  • 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.
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  • 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 »
  • 看樱花的公园,就是有人太多,人爱人人挤人的。樱花遮天蔽日,人太多,光顾着看路了。厕所也排长队,不太适合老人,或腿脚不便的人。 
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