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Haradanien, Kyoto

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  • August 31, 2017
    Free shuttle bus service from near the straw Tenjin nishioji Street. And two bus stops, bus stop in the North so don't confuse. (2017 spring information) walked the ninna-ji Temple next to the road on the way back. Walk this road with direction is not recommended. I is very pretty in parade of weeping, one side is pink, but conversely someiyoshino what is still the best, and vice versa.
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  • August 23, 2017
     Was open only to friends and acquaintances, planted cherry trees, clearing industrial waste place was originally the personal mountain (mountain garden, and so on are too large and many of the cherry trees were planted in) limited in General to open now seems to be. In the new attractions to say, from the general public and still, like a shallow and seems to be. Parking is by personal on the human, not provided almost at its peak. Roads were not too widely, so no parking for tourist buses would be arrived at the taxi ride from the volcano resort.  Shuttle bus from Tenjin straw only during the peak is set like that, but just conveniently by taxi. Originally and in the mountains, eating and drinking in the area stores most of it and not, or shop in the garden (Sakura no Sato), book a caterer, then enjoy a feast. It's that do not go in the garden, is a little bit up and down, so slippery shoes. Sakura are the biggest and spectacular lot number in "weeping". Can be seen at sunny cherry so this tree is taller in sight! And there are plenty of other, many other cherry trees.  There sits like benches are provided here, so you can and should be eating there. Fun is where "season vary admission". Is on the best of the best, but gradually became cheaper and also be general vehicle parking (however to go by taxi, so there is no guarantee that never leave your good will become).  Fall foliage season also seems to be freed, so also I may visit in the fall.  And because the Web page when you visit there to reference better.
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  • July 11, 2017
    I went on a weekend in late April. The weeping cherry tree just so beautiful in full bloom. There is no parking so go by bus or taxi. Haven't found any around, coffee shops etc. You'd better check the time so the bus number is small. Wide park is how many people care. It was a fantastic 360-degree surrounded by cherry trees. Planted cherry trees other than a pretty plant-filled. It is the best cherry blossom viewing spots! Sales of drinks and food in the Park. You can also admire the cherry blossoms slowly bench, lots. There are lots of hills and stairs are part wear comfortable clothes and shoes are recommended.
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  • May 16, 2016
    This garden is certainly the best place to be amazed by beautiful sakura flowers! Cherry trees in this garden start blossom later than other trees in Kyoto and in case if you missed out to see it in the town just head here with the bus or taxi and you will never regret it! This cute little garden was the highlight of our entire trip to Japan!
  • April 14, 2016
    Went here today after realizing sakura everywhere else is gone. Took taxi from kinkaku-ji (about 1000) and entrance costs 1500 per person. But it was worth it. The view and atmosphere is amazing.
  • April 14, 2015
    One of the most beautiful spots in Kyoto during sakura season. They bloom later here than other places in Kyoto, so if you come to Kyoto a little too late to see sakura on the Philosopher's Path and such, this is a really good option. I visited on April 14th, and it was in full bloom. It's a spot not known by many tourists so it is not as crowded as some other places around Kyoto. Other than sakura there's a beautiful variety of other colorful flowering plants as well.
  • February 6, 2016
    I went there last April. Really fantastic
  • April 9, 2017
    Cherry Blossom peak a little further. And what a garden of cherry blossoms bloom if I thought.... Still with the cherry trees, such as forsythia and willow "was spring with colorful flowers. From 4/6 free shuttle bus operates between the straw Tenjin. Round trip takes 30 minutes or more. The confirmed number of people lined up to use the capacity of 26 people's minibus so it is safe. Admission varies depending on cherry flowering is at 4/2017 6, 800 yen.
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