In the 1950s, when many buildings of the former Konoe Regiment and others were dispersed and the area was developed as a forest park, cherry trees were planted.
The cherry blossoms overlooking the moat from the walkway along the bank on the Chidorigafuchi side and the cherry blossoms near the Tiananmon Gate are especially great cherry blossom viewing spots and should not be missed.
There is also a “Green Adventure Course” where visitors can try to guess the names of 30 different kinds of trees, so families and groups of adults can enjoy the cherry blossoms and plants to the fullest.
In the surrounding area, there are abundant places to enjoy nature and culture in various locations around the Imperial Palace, including the nearby Chidorigafuchi Park.
|Park Name||Kitamaru Park
|Park Address||Kita, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo|
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