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High on the edge of the Imperial Palace moat, this park is famous for its cherry tree blossoms, which appear in spring.
This view of Chidorigafuchi, or Chidori-gaa-fuchi, part of the moat surrounding the former Edo Castle, now the Imperial Palace, shows the magnificent cherry blossoms, and the pleasure of boating in the middle of crowded Tokyo.
Renting rowboats on the moat at the Chidori-ga-fuchi Boathouse is the most popular activity in this garden, whose entrance is near Yasukuni Jinja.
SOURCE: Yasufumi Nishi, courtesy of Japan National Tourism Organization, used with permission.
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