Tokyo National Museum is a secret place for cherry blossom viewing—hanami, in Japanese— as you can enjoy both hanami and visit one of the best museums in Japan at the same time. So don’t miss the cherry blossoms in full bloom and the beauty of Japanese art!
Click here to check the ongoing exhibitions, events and the collections of the Tokyo National Museum.
You could also enjoy the cherry blossom light-up, yozakura viewing.
The weeping cherry, shidare-zakura in Japanese, light-up is seen at Rikugien which was built for the 5th Tokugawa Shogun around 1700 and is considered one of Tokyo’s most beautiful Japanese landscape gardens. Although Rikugien’s light-up event ends April 6th, you can enjoy the cherry blossom light-up, yozakura viewing in every corner of the parks.
Enjoy the lovely and romantic spring evening!
Click here to find out more about Rikugien.