Sakurabuchi Park is a historical scenic area that traces its origins to when Suganuma Sadazane, lord of Shinshiro Castle, planted cherry blossoms there during the Edo period. Over 1,000 cherry blossom trees bloom in the park, which is called "Mikawa's Arashiyama" after Arashiyama in Kyoto, which is famous for its cherry blossoms. Enjoy the contrast between deep, emerald green water and pink cherry blossoms.
|Location|| : 〒441-1331
19-2 Aza Yanaida, Niwano, Shinshiro-City, Aichi
|Parking||: Available, 600 parking spaces 500 yen per day during the Cherry Blossom Festival|
|Phone number||: 0536-29-0829 (Shinshiro City Tourism Association)|
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