Chidorigafuchi Walkway

Late March to Early April

The cherry blossoms of the Imperial Palace Moat
This walkway, which stretches out for about 700 meters along Chidorigafuchi to the west of the Imperial Palace, is one of the most iconic cherry blossom viewing locations in Tokyo. It features about 260 trees, of which most are Yoshino cherry trees. In spring, people flock from all over Japan to see them in bloom. Everyone has their own favorite way to enjoy the cherry blossoms, whether strolling down the walkway, paddling a boat alongside, or viewing them lit up at night.

By public transportation
A 5 minute walk from Kudanshita Station and Hanzomon Station lines

Hours: Open 24 hours (Chidorigafuchi Boathouse hours differ by season *Only open March to November)

Admission: Free (There is a fee for the Chidorigafuchi Boathouse)

Address: 3 blocks from 2-chome Kudanminami, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo

Airport: Haneda Airport


Best time to see:
Late March to Early April

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