From this week, you can enjoy hydrangea around Tokyo.
I share a shrine where you can see very beautiful hydrangea.
※This article is an English translation of an article posted in June 2019.
Read this article in Japanese / 日本語で読む
- About Hakusan Shrine
About Hakusan Shrine
※"Tokyo-jissha" is a generic term for famous shrines in the suburbs of Tokyo.
It is a historical shrine related to the Tokugawa family.
It is famous for the "Bunkyo Flower Festival" where you can enjoy various flowers every season.
- Bunkyo Cherry Blossom Festival (about late March to early April)
- Bunkyo Azalea Festival (about April to May every year)
- Bunkyo Chrysanthemum Festival (about November)
- Bunkyo Plum blossom Festival (about every February)
- Bunkyo Hydrangea Festival (about early June to around mid June)
from June 8 to June 16, 2019
The "Ajisai Festival Guided Tour" will be held free of charge only on June 8 (Saturday).
It is a tour that walks about 1.2km in total.
If you wish to take a guided tour, please visit the "Bunkyo Ajisai(hydrangea) Festival" website.
I took pictures in the order of the numbers.
Flowering situation of hydrangea
(Photographed on June 4, 2019)
(1) Hydrangea in front of the main shrine
Hydrangea is blooming a little.
(2) Road to the park
If you walk this way, your shoes get dirty with dust.
(3) Hakusan Park
Hakusan Park has restrooms, trash cans and benches.
(4) Next to the main shrine
The hydrangea is just beginning to bloom next to the main shrine.
(5) Around Torii
Hydrangea near torii is full bloom.
It is Hakusan Station when we go straight on this way.
31-26, Hakusan 5-chome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
Bbench：〇 (Park side)
Trash can：〇 (Park side)
Rest room：〇 (Park side)
Hakusan Station：2 minutes on foot from Exit A3 (Toei Mita Line)
Honkomagome Station：6 minutes on foot from Exit No.1 (Tokyo Metro Namboku Line)
Ueno Park：30 minutes on foot
https://www.city.bunkyo.lg.jp/bunka/kanko/spot/jisha/hakusan.html (English, 中文簡体, 中文繁體, 한글)
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See you at the next picnic!
*1:Nez Shrine, Shiba Daijingu, Kanda Shrine, Hie Shrine, Kameido Tenjin Shrine, Hakusan Shrine, Shinagawa Shrine, Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine, Oji Shrine, Akasaka Hikawa Shrine