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Yamazaki River, Nagoya

Categories: Bodies of Water, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
During the annual cherry blossom bloom, Yamazaki River becomes a photogenic and peaceful spot for a quiet stroll or sit-down. Walk along the tree-lined, riverside path, which spans around 1 km (0.62 mi) and has earned a place on the list of Japan's 100 best cherry blossom spots. Consider bringing a picnic lunch with you and stopping along the way for a break and bite to eat underneath the colorful canopy. Arrange to visit Yamazaki River and other attractions in Nagoya using our Nagoya vacation generator.
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  • Actually there isn't lots to see. It is peaceful place to walk. River is flowing in a channel. There are very big Koi fishes in the river. Also you can see some birds in river. Most affective side of ...  read more »
  • Cherry blossom season, and every day crowded in cherry trees in the ramble. Not only cherry blossoms around. Along the Yamazaki River Road is recommended as a daily walk. Walking along the River Road is a little dull fall leaves from just cherry blossoms, but also feel good.
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  • ... garden, dedicated to the cerisers, located in a residential area of Central Nagoya, this park is undoubtedly to see... to attend, I'd say... whatever the season. Indeed, full early December (2015) trees (certainly... not all, depends on their species explained to me my guides...) show what they are capable... their branches in full bloom... amazing! Tea, on a bench at the end of the day, at the end of a successful day of work in this alley lined with cherry trees over the river Yamazaki, pending the illuminations of trees in the early evening, is totally surreal...! Experience sublime relaxation... a big thank you to my business relationships that have illustrated me an aspect of the design of the Art of living in the land of the rising sun. I could not be more appreciated. Attention, Tokugawaen is closed Monday.
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