Winter cherry blossoms in Shinjuku Gyoen park!
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Shinjuku gyoen park
I went to Shinjuku Gyoen to see Kanzakura ( winner cherry blossoms).
This area was originally given by the famous samurai Tokugawa Ieyasu to his retainer samurai in 1591 as a residence for him.
In 1906, it was opened as Shinjuku Gyoen, an imperial park.
There are various types of gardens, including, no
Kanzakura ( winter cherry blossoms)
Today 15th February I enjoyed beautiful Kanzakura ( winter cherry blossoms).
It blooms in February, earlier than 2 months than ordinary Someoyoshino cherry blossoms.
These are located in Japanese-style garden area.
Many people were taking photos.
It will last 2 weeks.
If you’re in Japan, try to see it if schedule permits!
I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together !!!