This is an introduction to the Botanical Garden called the University of Tokyo in Nikko.
Approximately 20,000 copies of a booklet have been created to introduce a map of 27 famous cherry blossom spots and supporting stores, such as the weeping cherry tree that is over 300 years old and is known for its famous cherry trees in Nikko . Free distribution at major stations in the prefecture of JR and Tobu Railway and tourist facilities in the city.
“Nikko Sakura Yukai” was distributed 6 years ago, and during the period of walking to tourists, Rinnoji introduced his wife “Sakura’s famous spots”
Welcome the tourists at the Yayoi festival, and a member of the University of Tokyo Botanical Garden, Yi Jy, will give a performance on how to enjoy the cherry blossoms…
During the period Rinnoji is the main temple of Sanbutsu, and a limited edition of the cherry blossom red stamp is issued. Secretariat of the Association 070-1524-2610
20110326: This morning, even in a newspaper, it was introduced that the botanical garden’s Mizubasho was in full bloom… This is a place where you can enjoy the wonderful nature of spring… It is a botanical garden where more and more kinds of rice blossoms are blooming… The place is just on the opposite bank of Inmangafuchi…
Speaking of Nikko, of course, it means the area around Nikko Rinnoji where the world heritage Nikko Yomei Gate is located…. There may be many. It’s a treasure trove of natural plants that change with the seasons, and because everyone has a name, it’s a great place to study. ☆”Current state of flowering in the botanical garden”
It’s a great place to take a leisurely stroll along the river, cross a classic wooden bridge and admire nature and flowers in an elegant setting, unlike a typical botanical garden. This time, I have thoroughly enjoyed this park in spring, so let’s introduce it here! (As of 20090501) Click here for “Autumn Botanical Garden”! “Beautiful clean grass blooming Nikko Yumoto hot springs and hot springs” 20090629 “Breaking news Nikko Kirifuri Plateau, Kisuge blooming!”… ★Reference “Nikko Special Feature List”
20130729 Introduction of Nikko Chuzenji Lake
201504430: [Sokomitsu] There are 25 Nikko Botanical Gardens in Hanaishi-cho, where you can enjoy a wide variety of cherry blossoms while strolling in the park. I heard you did.
The official name of the park is “Sonokou Branch Garden, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo.” There are 13 kinds of cherry trees that grow naturally in Japan in the park, except for those that cannot be cultivated in the sun and in the warm regions, and there are more than 40 kinds including varieties. This tour will be held twice on May 2nd at 8:30 am and 1:30 pm. It is said that the participation fee is free, but an admission fee of 400 yen for adults and 130 yen for elementary and junior high school students is required separately. Contact us
The garden TEL 0288-54-206
As you can see, it is a botanical garden that uses the vast nature of Nikko, and you can see and appreciate a wide variety of plants. Also, the highlight of this botanical garden is that you can appreciate and see the famous ghost Jizoson of Mangakubuchi on the opposite bank! Perhaps it is better to see it from this side to see the whole picture…・There is a small rocky cliff over which you can see the flow of the Inmangafuchi on the opposite bank and the stone statues at the same time. ! For other information search, click here! “To special information search window”
At this time, the flowers of Ishikusu were just in bloom, and the surrounding area was when the azaleas were in full bloom. The vermillion color of the azaleas that bloomed in the green was attractive! “Flowers and travel to Michikusa information!”
The guide said that the white Yashio is in full bloom, so I saw it! It’s a big tree and I’m surprised…
To my surprise, many Niwaso were in full bloom at this time! And in the swamp, it was a bit late, but the bud buds were also blooming… What could be said is that the cherry blossoms had begun to scatter. The cherry blossoms and flowers around the area were competing…