Tokyo in Spring – Enjoying the Charm Beyond the Cherry Blossoms

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Tokyo continues to offer unforgettable attractions even after the cherry blossoms have fallen.

Under the warm spring sunshine, park strolls amidst fresh greenery, spring festivals, and visits to outdoor markets make for unique experiences.

Here is a guide to making the most of your Tokyo visit from late April through May.

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Recommended Park Strolls

Shinjuku Gyoen

Shinjuku Gyoen is a vast park where you can enjoy a variety of garden styles including Japanese traditional, French formal, and English landscape gardens.

In spring, the fresh greenery is beautiful, making it a perfect place for a leisurely walk or a picnic. The park is also home to a variety of flowers, offering a tranquil escape in the heart of the city.

Inokashira Onshi Park

Rich in nature, Inokashira Onshi Park centers around Inokashira Pond and is ideal for boat rides and zoo visits.

It is particularly recommended for families and offers a relaxing time amidst the fresh greenery.

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Spring Festivals

Children’s Day Celebrations

May 5 is Children’s Day in Japan, a national holiday dedicated to celebrating the health and happiness of children.

On this day, carp streamers and samurai helmets are displayed, offering a glimpse of traditional Japanese scenery.

Sanja Matsuri

Held from May 17 to 19 in Asakusa, Sanja Matsuri is one of Tokyo’s three great Shinto festivals.

It features traditional mikoshi (portable shrines) parading through the streets, creating a vibrant and energetic atmosphere that attracts large crowds.


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