Kakunodate Hinokinai Riverbank, Samurai Residence

Source:仙北市観光課)

Cherry blossoms running over the left bank of the Hinoki Uchikawa river about 2 kilometers create flower tunnels plentifully. It is Yoshino cherry tree planted in commemoration of the 125th Emperor's birth. More than 400 of them were designated as the scenic spot of the country in Showa 50 years. In addition, it has been selected as one hundred selection of cherry blossoms in 1990 with Shidarezakura of the samurai residence, boasting three crown cherry trees unusual in the whole country. From Tamachi-kamigyo where the samurai residence continues, Tokaidogakuda is linked to both sides of the road by the national designated natural treasure shield reef shining in the pharmacy doors and blackboard fence. Every season, the samurai residence street is showing a lyly filled feeling with a pair of ferns and cranes.

Season Information
Bloom Status: Full bloom (April 26, 2019)
Address
秋田県仙北市角館町
Contact No.
+81-187-54-2700
Access
JR角館駅から徒歩約20分
Official Website
http://www.city.semboku.akita.jp/hanakiko/
Best time to see
late April ~ early May

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Kakunodate Hinokinai Riverbank, Samurai Residence

Cherry blossoms running over the left bank of the Hinoki Uchikawa river about 2 kilometers create flower tunnels plentifully. It is Yoshino cherry tree planted in commemoration of the 125th Emperor's birth. More than 400 of them were designated as the scenic spot of the country in Showa 50 years. In addition, it has been selected as one hundred selection of cherry blossoms in 1990 with Shidarezakura of the samurai residence, boasting three crown cherry trees unusual in the whole country. From Tamachi-kamigyo where the samurai residence continues, Tokaidogakuda is linked to both sides of the road by the national designated natural treasure shield reef shining in the pharmacy doors and blackboard fence. Every season, the samurai residence street is showing a lyly filled feeling with a pair of ferns and cranes.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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