Shiroishigawa-tsutsumi Hitome Senbonzakura

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Shiroishigawa river runs through Miyagi prefecture. During spring, around 1,200 sakura trees bloom across 8 km along the river banks. The branches bearing the pink blossoms and arching over the sidewalk look just like a tunnel of sakura. Grassy areas span along the river banks, perfect for taking a relaxing walk. There is a train passing right by the river, offering a view that is distinct from other spots.

Address
Oya, Ogawara, Shibata-gun, Miyagi
Contact No.
+81-224-53-2659
Access
3-min walk from JR Ogawara Station (Ogawara Festival area)
Opening Hours / Holidays
9:00-22:00
Always open during Ogawara Sakura Festival
Official Website
http://www.town.ogawara.miyagi.jp/
Time Required
90 minutes
Admission fee
Free
Best time to see
Forecast for blooming: 4/4 Forecast for full bloom (peak): 4/11~

※ 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

Tunnel of Sakura

The river banks of the Shiroishigawa with its 1,200 sakura trees is exactly like a tunnel of sakura. One third of these trees are said to be over 80 years old; they create an atmosphere as if you are being wrapped in a big sakura tree. Have a splendid time lying on the river bank in the warm weather while looking up at the sakura.

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Mt. Zao in the Background

On a good-weather day, you can see Mt. Zao in the background of the sakura. There is still snow remaining during the period when sakura start blooming, showing a beautiful white mountain. Sakura and the snowy mountain make the perfect picture. Take a look at the view that makes you feel the seasons change from winter to spring.

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Ogawara Sakura Festival

Shiroishigawa-tsutsumi Hitome Senbonzakura is the most popular hanami (flower viewing) spot in Miyagi prefecture. The "Ogawara Sakura Festival" is held every year from early April until late April, depending on the blooming date of the sakura. Many people gather during this period, local specialties are sold and various events are held. It is an authentic Japanese hanami experience.

Hanami Boats

Hanami Yakata Boats, from which passengers can see the sakura from the river, operate exclusively during the sakura period. It takes 20 minutes to go approx. 2.3 km from the sakura festival to downstream Niragamizeki and back. This is a different view to be enjoyed than from the banks of the river (Fee for adults - 1,500 yen, elementary school children - 800 yen)

Source:PIXTA

Shiroishigawa-tsutsumi Hitome Senbonzakura

Shiroishigawa river runs through Miyagi prefecture. During spring, around 1,200 sakura trees bloom across 8 km along the river banks. The branches bearing the pink blossoms and arching over the sidewalk look just like a tunnel of sakura. Grassy areas span along the river banks, perfect for taking a relaxing walk. There is a train passing right by the river, offering a view that is distinct from other spots.

※ 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

Tunnel of Sakura

The river banks of the Shiroishigawa with its 1,200 sakura trees is exactly like a tunnel of sakura. One third of these trees are said to be over 80 years old; they create an atmosphere as if you are being wrapped in a big sakura tree. Have a splendid time lying on the river bank in the warm weather while looking up at the sakura.

Source:PIXTA

Mt. Zao in the Background

On a good-weather day, you can see Mt. Zao in the background of the sakura. There is still snow remaining during the period when sakura start blooming, showing a beautiful white mountain. Sakura and the snowy mountain make the perfect picture. Take a look at the view that makes you feel the seasons change from winter to spring.

Source:PIXTA

Ogawara Sakura Festival

Shiroishigawa-tsutsumi Hitome Senbonzakura is the most popular hanami (flower viewing) spot in Miyagi prefecture. The "Ogawara Sakura Festival" is held every year from early April until late April, depending on the blooming date of the sakura. Many people gather during this period, local specialties are sold and various events are held. It is an authentic Japanese hanami experience.

Hanami Boats

Hanami Yakata Boats, from which passengers can see the sakura from the river, operate exclusively during the sakura period. It takes 20 minutes to go approx. 2.3 km from the sakura festival to downstream Niragamizeki and back. This is a different view to be enjoyed than from the banks of the river (Fee for adults - 1,500 yen, elementary school children - 800 yen)

Source:PIXTA

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