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Tokyo Cherry Blossom Tour 2023 by Tokyo Localized Now Accepts Guests [Limited Slots Only]

Updated: Mar 9, 2023

It’s almost the cherry blossom season in Japan! What other way to spend your visit to Tokyo than celebrate the wonders of cherry blossom? If you are looking to enjoy hanami, Tokyo Localized has opened a special tour that will bring you to the most wonderful cherry blossom spots in Tokyo. Want to learn more about it? Read more!

Why Join Cherry Blossom Tour in Tokyo

Cherry blossoms in Tokyo are everywhere. You see them in the most obvious places, from streets to river banks to parks to temples. So why should you sign up for a tour?

If you already know, Tokyo can be a bit tricky if it’s your first time here. Finding the best cherry blossom spots in Tokyo can be daunting, especially if you don’t know exactly where you are headed. With a tour guide, everything is organized for you. You just need to follow us, and we’ll take care of the rest.

In addition, Tokyo Localized takes pride in our tours conducted by Tokyo locals, for tourists. That means you get insider tips about the history of particular cherry blossom spots.

“I can just Google that.” Sure, but isn’t it worth it that someone who lives and grows here tells you the story? Talk about authentic local experience. And let’s be real, there are things locals know that Google doesn't. Plus, you are also helping the locals come back stronger after more than 2 years of zero bookings due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tokyo Cherry Blossom Tour Itinerary

What will be our cherry blossom itinerary in Tokyo? Our cherry blossom tour in Tokyo will bring you to the most popular and historic cherry blossom places in Tokyo such as Ueno Park, Yanaka Cemetery, Kaneiji Temple, Kiyomizu Kannon-do, Shinobazu Pond, and Ueno Toshogu Temple.

Ueno Park is a public park and is one of the most popular cherry blossom viewing spots in Tokyo that turn into a pink wonderland in the spring months. You cannot miss it if you are in town.

Yanaka Cemetery is one of the largest cemeteries in Tokyo where you can still feel the old Shitamachi spirit. Kaneiji Temple and Kiyomizu Kannon-do are Buddhist temples, both are rich in religious and cultural history.

Shinobazu Pond is not just any pond. Located within Ueno Park, it is famous for its Shitamachi features that often appear in history and works of art.

How to Sign Up for Cherry Blossom Tour in Tokyo

To book your slot, go to our Cherry Blossom Tour Tokyo page. Tour runs from March 20th-30th.

Due to the high volume of inquiries and bookings we receive for this tour, we have to limit the number of people we accept per tour. Make sure to book your slot early!

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