If you want to see cherry blossoms in Tokyo, use the route I made.
This week I will share about "Picnic around Yurakucho".
※This article is an English translation of an article posted in March 2019.
Read this article in Japanese / 日本語で読む
- My picnic route
My picnic route
HANAMI (花見) is a "party to enjoy flowers" in Japanese.
花見：The meaning of kanji is "looking at a flower".
There are two types of picnic routes on this map.
①Red purple：Around Tokyo Station
The start is the central or Ginza exit of Yurakucho Station.
The No.1 and No.2 are displayed overlapping because they are in the building ITOCiA in front of the station.
- Krispy Cream Doughnuts
- The Alley
- Vent Dor Cafe
- The Outer Garden Of the Imperial Palace
- Imperial Palace East Park (Higashi-gyoen)
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1. Krispy Kream Doughnuts
Please go down the escalator in the station square.
There is a shop on the B1 floor.
2. The Alley
The Alley are the shop in front of krispy kreme doughnuts, so it's easy to find.
3. Vent Dor Cafe
It is the 2nd basement of the building with the theater called "Imperial Theater".
In japanese Teikoku gekijō.
4. The Outer Garden Of the Imperial Palace
There are limited places where you can enter.
5. Imperial Palace East Park (Higashi-gyoen)
You will walk a little, but there will be a lot of tourists so you will find it right away.
The name of the entrance is "Otemon".
We sometimes have picnics with flowers other than cherry blossoms.
I also recommend plum blossom viewing.
Enjoy every season!
See you at the next picnic!