Why don’t you enjoy 3 colors in early spring of Japan?

Why don’t you enjoy 3 colors in early spring of Japan?

I’m Nobu, I like traveling overseas and in Japan, visited 25 countries. I’ve got the license of the certificate English guide in Japan for 8 years.

I show you hidden Japan which you have never seen and heard of!

Matsuda town in Kanagawa prefecture

Aguri park in Matsuda town
Aguri park in Matsuda town

I went to Aguri Park in Matsuda town in Kanagawa Prefecture.

It is located at Shin-Matsuda station, about 1.5 hours from Shinjuku station.

On this town, there are two attractions in February to March.

One is the Matsuda Cherry Blossom Festival.

The Matsuda Cherry Blossom Festival is a festival of early-blooming Kawazu cherry trees that starts on February 11 and ends on March 21.

A shuttle bus runs from in front of the station to the festival site every 30 minutes.

Or you can walk to the site .

It takes 15 minutes to walk to Matsuda Sakura Festival .

And from Sakura festival another 15 minutes is Aguri Park.

Aguri park

The total walking time from Shin-Matsuda Station to Aguri park is about 30 minutes.

The Matsuda Sakura Festival is mostly pink with Kawazu cherry blossoms.

3 colors
3 colors
3 colors
Pink tunnel

But in Aguri Park, it’s colorful with Kawazu cherry blossoms pink, canola flower’s yellow and plum blossom’s pink .

On this day, the sky was blue and the combination of blue, pink, and yellow was very nice.

If the weather is nice , you can see Mt.Fuji too!

Mt.Fuji and cherry blossom
Mt.Fuji and cherry blossom

If you come to Japan in February or March, why not visit Aguri Park in Matsuda-cho?

I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together!!!

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