字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント So in this video, I'm gonna show you by top places to watch cherry blossoms until Gil Yeah, Tokyo has so many places to watch cherry blossoms, and I wanted to show you guys. My favorite place is the one thing about Tokyo is there's cherry blossoms everywhere on just regular random streets. So don't worry if you come Tokyo during this season, you will definitely find some cherry blossoms. But there's actually some designated spots that we can go, and I'm gonna take you to all of them. Let's go, cause I'm excited to show you where my favorite spots are. Number one Sumita Park with about 1000 cherry blossom trees on both sides of Sumita River. This is definitely one of my top spots to hunt me. In case you didn't know Hannah in Japanese means flower and me means watch. Get it, Hana Me. This spot is so super cool. Look, I got Skye Ji right there. They get the cherry blossoms right here. It's amazing where I'm standing as Sumita Park, and what's cool about it is that it runs right along the river so you can go days and days checking out cherry blossom and if you want a super unique experience, they have a ton of boats and you can get on it right at the river and it goes down the river owned that. I mentioned that the sky tree right there freaking awesome. And for those night owls, you can actually come here at night as well, and this place is lit up, and my advice is to chill between secured a bridge and Azuma bridge. And right here you can throw down some picnic sheets and eat, drink and party like Miley all day long while taking in the cherry blossoms. End the passing Rick shots Number two Yoyogi Park, and this is a Yogi Park. One of the best party spots are all of autonomy. This place is so big, there's so many people that are always hanging out and on the weekends it's just a super crazy and one big party. But on the week days like today, it's actually not that bad. Even though there's a lot of people, there's a places just hang out, and if you've got little ones, then bring them along because there's just so much place for them to run around like a little animals. They are. There are some food stalls where you can get the basics like yaki soba. But at this park, I tend to bring my own food and drink. Okay, so this is how it looks on the weekend during autonomy season chaos. Right? And if you've got a wee wee that be prepared Number three Ueno Park. This spot has one of the most impactful cherry loss of use because the trees are just so big on the main walking. Cather's actually picnic areas that are set aside. It's not as large as a Yogi Park, but you're gonna have a picnic again and you can drink means you could get super wasted face all day long. Oh, damn. They made cup holders in the cardboard boxes. Ingenious. In fact, today is a week day, and it's still pretty crowded. What's also pretty cool is that just rinds all around so you can get that like, awesome Japanese feel. Kiyomi is a condo Ueno Tokyo Gone, Ben Tendo, Hannah's Oh, no unity and lots more. This is a good alternative to Yoyogi Park, but no, my fair. Just because I just feel so cramped and look at all these food stalls behind me. Now the food cells. That window is something that I can get behind. Check out the political of stars lined up on the path of the sugar, enshrine fresh fish on a stick diggity dango, grilled squid, beef skewers and more and check out everyone getting their food on. And if you get tired of the chair of laws and so you can take the kids to the zoo, and for those of you who are looking for that cultural healing, check out one of the many museums at the park. Number four T Dottie got Fuji. It's right next to the Imperial Palace. You can watch the cherry blossoms right next to the moat. It's pretty fricking awesome, but what's even cooler than that is you can rent a boat and actually go in the moat and wants a cherry blossoms from the water. Awesome. Jody got Gucci has this crazy ass mode that was made in 16 06 at the start of Ed. Oh, Buck who? The Final Samurai government in Japan. Anyway, the robots are the main attraction. If you made it this far, you should probably get on Otherwise it's I go no prime rib buffet and scarfing down on Lee the soup and salad. But look at this crazy line right behind me. You guys wanna come come very, very early or you're gonna be waiting in line number five. Yes, Gunny Shrine. If you want a shrine and check out cherry blossoms, this is a place to go. And it's walking distance from Chito. Nino Fuji. So if you want to visit to places than this is your meal ticket dope and Superdome. Yes, Skinny Shrine has about half 1000 cherry blossom trees. Usually they're up to 200 food salts, and it's a weekend place to party. But unfortunately, it's under construction this year as it's getting a makeover for its 150th anniversary. E. By next year, though, it should be all beyond a doubt. And just right next to yes, skinny Shrine, you have this street with all these cherry blossoms. Look how beautiful it is. Number six, Shinjuku. Gillen. This honor me spot is super chill, and it's just so beautiful. I just love the wide open space. Look at it. It's just like super super chill. If you come here, you will never worry about finding a spot. This is just like a awesome picnic spots, especially if you have kids, because a kiss can just run free. You don't have to worry about anyone drinking or being allowed on me crazy. One thing about this place, it will set you back 200 yen. There's no drinking, so if you want a drink, then maybe this is not a place for you guys. And I just love the different variety of cherry blossoms that they have. Yet they have really like color travels, and they have super super dark cherry blossoms like Kool Aid. They're about 1100 cherry blossom trees and 65 different types, definitely worth the price of admission, in my opinion. Plus, it's not all claustrophobic in this mother, and inside you confined different types of gardens like British, French, Chinese and Japanese. But where's or Kanda? Number seven Dirty? Look how beautiful. It's just a regular street, but you can see the cherry blossoms just overlapping, like it's one huge shelter over the street. But watch out. There's cars, like right now, this delightful street is right in the middle of the business district so you can't picnic area. But there's a bunch of restaurants and bars you can pop into while checking out the Saqqara. And there's a Starbucks right here. You could just sit down, get a lot and chill. Also, it's right in front of Tokyo station. So if you've got some time to kill waiting for a train, you could just step outside and check out the cherry blossoms number. A imperial palace during securities in part of the Imperial Palace is temporarily open to the public without having to make reservations. Thank you, Your Highness. Don't mind if I do check it out. We're in the Imperial Palace, and this is so beautiful here. This is like the perfect picnic area. You can just sit on blankets, but it's just so super manicure that you could just lie down without having to worry about getting a clothes dirty. I'm looking at that girl's back right now, and it's pretty dirty, so you probably want to have a blanket. Even though it's such a big area, it's super mellow. There's not a lot of people partying or drinking here because it's prohibited. It's just like an overall places like communicates and just run around have a good time. Well, I don't even know if you're supposed to run around in the park, because they probably that it also has its cute Japanese guard. Inside. Cherry blossoms were not fully bloomed at this time, but the cherry blossoms in the Japanese garden was Mary Poppins, number nine Maker A River, and this is Knockem Agudo. It's one of my favorite spots to watch Enemy. What's really beautiful is how the cherry blossoms just cascade over the bridge right over the river. This spot is known as a fashionable area for the sophisticated you can enjoy easily spending your disposable income while walking around. So one of the things about this place is that it's more of a walking street as you can look around. There's not a lot of places where you can sit down so a lot of people do here is they go to restaurants or bars and then make reservations upto one year in events are actually more than one year in events on. What you can see is that a lot of the restaurants here indicated of people walking around as they open up stand so they'll serve drinks and maybe some snacks and check it out. You can come even in the night. What's pretty cool is a light of the cochin lanterns and the even line up the cherry blossoms Looking behind me, it's just so beautiful. Colors just keep on changing. Which one is your favorite color? And even at night, the shops are busy and the streets are filled with people. Number 10 Re Coogan Gardens. This is Rico Be and gardens, and it's one of the cooler night spots here in Tokyo. It's kind of like this meandering trail, and all the cherry blossoms are lit up, which is pretty awesome. Books becoming Georgia fighting. First of all, put on your patients pants because check out this line to get in. Look, I got my community and ticket. When you step inside, you'll be welcomed by a giant sea dotted Sakoda. Wish I could capture its full image, but the entire garden was super dark. Oh, well, at least you can sneak some kisses for their date, but if you don't got someone to crush on, then at least there's food. Look at that. It's cooking right on target look at that big, that is, That's amazing. It's over. This is what it's all about. Having a nice cold beer so emoji sitting underneath the cherry blossoms I love this season. It's awesome. All right, that concludes, my top honey. Places to go. If this video helped you out and hit that, like if you have any questions or comments or have a suggestion for the next video, leave it in the comments section below. And, like always, if you want to see more by ventures in Tokyo or in Japan, hit, That's a cover and I'll see you guys in the next one.