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Aoyama Cemetery, Minato

Categories: Cemeteries, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web
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  • Cool in the summer, or feel like summer resort Sandals might walk across a large feet there are detailed step so that may be difficult to walk.
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  • When more convenient when you move in Tokyo, walked from Metro Transit is separated once in a while. It is of course best cherry blossom season. Hachiko's grave.
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  • Once I discovered this cemetery I knew I had to go visit, it's surprisingly large and well kept, a very peaceful place to wander slowly amongst the graves 
  • The best place for watching sakura. A lot of beautiful sakura trees and it is not so crowded.
  • Cherry blossoms
  • ☆ Administrator public Tokyo Metropolitan Park Association Aoyama Cemetery Administration Institute. "1 Lee" Ward Street through the white view North and South sides and 1 (b) light blue 1 b of both "2 b" further outside of the pale yellow display 1 (b) of "2 b" green display port municipal relief Center on the South side just a little bit. GoTo Shinpei 1 Lee No. 5 No. 1 side 1-Mikimoto kōkichi 1 b No. 1 No. 11, 12 side 1-b NOGI maresuke 1 (b) 10 No. 26 side 4, no. 5
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  • The cemetery has really impressed with. There's so many different tombs of various religions, it's just plain fun to stroll about this place.
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  • Toei sleep ancestral cemetery. The cherry blossom season is crowded with blossoms haunts many.
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