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All reviews yasaka shrine cherry blossoms food stalls full bloom lit up at night stalls offering numerous food beautiful tree stone bridges early april non japanese lovely place to visit visit at night traditional dress every corner shijo dori taking pictures
There were signs saying that it had been renovated but you couldn't tell if it had. Quite average and full of tourists dressed up in rented kimonos you just couldn't avoid in your pictures and they actually try to shoo you away from theirs!
We were lucky enough to be here during cherry blossoms at their peak. The park has gorgeous cherry trees and during all times of day during this season there are people picnicking and partying under the trees. There are food vendors along the sidewalks in...More
But I really wanted to see this grand tree full of cherry blossoms. As you can see from my picture, it was a disappointment. I asked around and indeed this was the tree, but I guess I missed seeing the cherry blossoms in full bloom....More
This beautiful park was completed in 1886, the oldest park in Kyoto.
Unfortunately I missed the stunning cherry blossoms. It’s home to about 680 cherry blossom trees. During the blooming season, the trees are lit up at night.
It was peaceful stroll during my visit....More
Come here for the blossoms and be surrounded by many having social parties around the prettiest time of the year.
Not exactly sure what it would look like throughout the other seasons.
Many a food stall (and safe to eat street food) along the way....More
We were there in early April, which is the best time to visit this park, because it’s most famous attraction is cherry blossoms. They were in full bloom when we were there, and indeed they were gorgeous.
Many of the other visitors to the park...More