Sankeien

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Opened in 1906, Sankeien is a beautiful Japanese garden that holds many historical structures, such as the Important Cultural Property of the Three-storied Pagoda. In the immense 180,000-square-meter estate, there is a large pond surrounded by over 300 cherry trees including Somei Yoshino, weeping and double-flowered cherry trees. The pond, historical structures and the cherry trees create an old city atmosphere and as the flowers bloom, it definitely provides that feeling of surely this is "spring in Japan." At night, the cherry trees are illuminated and look stunning.

Address
58-1 Honmokusannotani, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
Contact No.
+81-45-621-0634
Access
10-min bus ride from JR Negishi Station to Honmoku bus stop on municipal bus lines 58, 99 and 101. 10-min walk from the bus stop. 15-min bus ride from Motomachi-Chukagai Station on Minatomirai Line to Honmoku Sankeien Mae bus stop on municipal bus lines 8 and 148. 3-min walk from the bus stop.
Opening Hours / Holidays
9:00-17:00 (from 3/26 to 4/3 9:00-21:00)
Closed: 12/29-31
Official Website
http://www.sankeien.or.jp/
Time Required
60 minutes
Admission fee
Adults 500 yen. children 200 yen
Best time to see
Forecast for blooming: 3/20 Forecast for full bloom (peak): 3/28~

※ 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.

Source:PIXTA

Cherry Blossom Night Viewing

Every year from late March through early April, an event called Kano-no-Yube (cherry blossom night viewing) is held. The cherry trees are lit up with a gentle glow of green and pink lights, and it makes a very different scene from that of the day. Visitors can enjoy the night view until 9:00 pm. Reflections of the blossoms in the pond's surface enhance the enchanting atmosphere.

Source:PIXTA

Sankeien Saryo

In the garden, there is a cafe called Sankeien Saryo that serves Japanese-style sweets. Visitors can enjoy sweets that feature cherry blossoms in spring. Among them, an ice cream with minced cherry leaves is very popular. They also offer beautiful pink dumplings made with cherry blossoms.

Source:近頃のえび

Sankeien

Opened in 1906, Sankeien is a beautiful Japanese garden that holds many historical structures, such as the Important Cultural Property of the Three-storied Pagoda. In the immense 180,000-square-meter estate, there is a large pond surrounded by over 300 cherry trees including Somei Yoshino, weeping and double-flowered cherry trees. The pond, historical structures and the cherry trees create an old city atmosphere and as the flowers bloom, it definitely provides that feeling of surely this is "spring in Japan." At night, the cherry trees are illuminated and look stunning.

※ 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.

Source:PIXTA

Cherry Blossom Night Viewing

Every year from late March through early April, an event called Kano-no-Yube (cherry blossom night viewing) is held. The cherry trees are lit up with a gentle glow of green and pink lights, and it makes a very different scene from that of the day. Visitors can enjoy the night view until 9:00 pm. Reflections of the blossoms in the pond's surface enhance the enchanting atmosphere.

Source:PIXTA

Sankeien Saryo

In the garden, there is a cafe called Sankeien Saryo that serves Japanese-style sweets. Visitors can enjoy sweets that feature cherry blossoms in spring. Among them, an ice cream with minced cherry leaves is very popular. They also offer beautiful pink dumplings made with cherry blossoms.

Source:近頃のえび

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