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SOURCE: Y. Shimizu, courtesy of Japan National Tourism Organization, used with permission.
Chidorigafuchi, or Chidori-gaa-fuchi, is part of the moat surrounding the former Edo Castle, now the imperial palace gardents in Tokyo.
The Someiyoshino and Yamazakura cherry blossoms of Chidorigafuchi are one of the most popular hanami (blossom viewing) trees.
The trees are beautifully lit at night when in full bloom, so that visitors can see another spectacular aspect of the sakura (the Japanese name for the cherry tree).
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