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Yamazaki River

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Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture
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Private Nagoya Custom One Day Tour by Chartered Vehicle
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“both sides” (6 reviews)
“full bloom” (4 reviews)
“sakura trees” (5 reviews)
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Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture
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"both sides"
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"full bloom"
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"sakura trees"
in 5 reviews
"sweet potato"
in 2 reviews
"beautiful cherry blossoms"
in 2 reviews
"subway line"
in 2 reviews
"bento"
in 2 reviews
"nagoya station"
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"higashi"
in 3 reviews
"stadium"
in 5 reviews
"jogging"
in 2 reviews
"fishes"
in 2 reviews
"viewing"
in 3 reviews
"exit"
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"japan"
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This Place Is Perfect for Sakura Viewing! You won't get any better places as both sides (of the river) were balanced with great scenery plus if you are a photographer, you'll be tempted to stop by at the bridge (that connect two sides) to take...More

Thank AnthonySteven
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Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile

Another must visit during the cherry blossom period. There are steps from certain stretch of the river which allows you to go down to the river stream banks. The calm river with beautiful cherry blossoms trees just simply awesome. Go there during morning and have...More

Thank ahdes
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Reviewed 3 April 2018 via mobile

Visited this place on 26 Mar 18. Took train from Nagoya Station to Mizuho Kuyakusho Station on the Sakuradori line which cost ¥270 one way. It took approx. 10 mins' walk from the station. It is good to go in the early morning not just...More

Thank JustLoveToFly
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Reviewed 3 May 2017

From Tsuruma Station you ride BlueTsuruma Subway line to Gokiso Station then change to Red Sakuradori Subway line to Mizuho Undojo Higashi Station. From exit door you turn right and walk down to the bridge and you will see long line of Cherry Trees both...More

5  Thank wari s
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Reviewed 9 April 2017

The Yamazaki River (山崎川) attracts throngs of sightseers in the spring, when lush cherry blossom are in full bloom along the riverbanks. No wonder it has a coveted ranking as one of Japan’s Top 100 Cherry Blossom spots. Hundreds of sakura trees line both banks...More

Thank Soo K
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Reviewed 30 March 2017

It's a quiet neighbour with a bridge + awesome cherry blossom view, please don't expect a commercialised park.

Thank W C
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Reviewed 4 October 2016

Actually there isn't lots to see. It is peaceful place to walk. River is flowing in a channel. There are very big Koi fishes in the river. Also you can see some birds in river. Most affective side of this river is Sakura trees. These...More

1  Thank Veysel D
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Reviewed 20 May 2016

This was a great place to see sakura during the season! We were very fortunate to visit Japan at this time! It was great to take pictures on the steps and near the water. Being near the branches on the steps helped with photos too....More

Thank Hillary E
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Reviewed 3 May 2016

Another great place to visit during Sakura season. Enjoyed having our bento and watching the Sakura flowers. The site was very clean.

Thank hirom107
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Reviewed 24 April 2016

It is a surprise that a city can construct such an organized walk along the river. People can walk on both sides of the river. There are places where people could get down to be closer to the river and have their picnic. There are...More

Thank Janet C
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MsGraceberry
11 September 2017|
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Response from W C | Reviewed this property |
I guess it would be nothing much to see. I was there about one -two weeks ahead of berry blossom season, it’s just a river passing thru a quiet neighborhood
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motot21
26 November 2015|
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Response from flying1968 | Reviewed this property |
Hello Motot21: Yes, it's closed on Monday and New years Day. "Tokugawaen: Every Monday (or the following day if a national or substitute holiday falls on a Monday), Dec. 29th - Jan. 1st (According to the season, the garden... More
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