Soto-Ono Weeping Cherry Tree

A large weeping cherry tree with a tree age of about 300 years or more, a trunk circumference of 2.9 meters, and a tree height of 20 meters is said to be a cherry blossom planted by Mito Mitsuke, and it was told that it was made a Japanese poetry meaning "It will not take root even if it is transplanted elsewhere" It is. Currently it is Ibaraki Prefecture Designated Natural Monument, and there are mountain cherry blossoms on the mountain pass nearby.

Address
茨城県久慈郡大子町外大野字下大倉1312
Contact No.
+81-295-72-0285
Access
JR袋田駅から車約15分
Official Website
http://www.town.daigo.ibaraki.jp/page/dir000002.html
Best time to see
early April ~ mid April

※ 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.

Soto-Ono Weeping Cherry Tree

A large weeping cherry tree with a tree age of about 300 years or more, a trunk circumference of 2.9 meters, and a tree height of 20 meters is said to be a cherry blossom planted by Mito Mitsuke, and it was told that it was made a Japanese poetry meaning "It will not take root even if it is transplanted elsewhere" It is. Currently it is Ibaraki Prefecture Designated Natural Monument, and there are mountain cherry blossoms on the mountain pass nearby.

※ 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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