Go See Cherry Blossoms: Unveiling the Beauty of Shogun’s legacy

Special Tour

March 25, 26, 27, 28, 29

April 1, 2, 3, 4

Follow the Cherry Blossom Trail of Edo

Ride the only Tram in Tokyo

Enjoy a Cherry Blossom Picnic Lunch

Let me guide you to two renowned cherry blossom locations—Asukayama and Sumida Riverbank (Bokutei) —in the first half of the 18th century during the Edo period, where it is said that the eighth shogun, Tokugawa Yoshimune, ordered the planting of cherry trees. We will utilize Tokyo’s sole remaining tram (Tokyo Sakura Tram) for our journey. Along the way, we’ll stop to purchase a bento (boxed lunch) and relish in a cherry blossom-viewing lunch.

This tour offers the opportunity to retrace the steps of commoners in Edo 300 years ago, who enjoyed cherry blossom viewing.

Asukayama by Hiroshige
Sumida Riverbank by Eisen

5 Hours / 20,000 yen per group / 7 km Walk

The cost during the tour, excluding guide fees, stays within 2,000 yen per person.

The 8th Shogun, Tokugawa Yoshimune
Ohotsuka Ekimae Station
Sakura Tram
Asukayama Park
Asukayama Park
Matsuya Asakusa Department Store
Sumida Riverbank
Sumida Riverbank
Azumabashi Bridge


10:00 AM: Pick up at the hotel

10:30 AM: Ohtsuka Ekimae Sakura Tram Station to Asukayama Station (170 yen, If you don’t have an IC card, please prepare coins in advance.)

11:00 AM: Cherry blossom viewing at Asukayama Park

12:00 PM: Oji Station to Asakusa Station via Ueno Station (26 minutes, 360 yen)

  • Lunch procurement at Matsuya Asakusa Department Store
  • Walk to Sumida Park and have lunch
  • In case of rain, we will enter a restaurant and have lunch.

1:30 PM: Cherry blossom viewing along the Sumida River

3:00 PM to 4:00 PM: End of the tour at Azuma-bashi Bridge (in the Asakusa Area)

Please note that the schedule may experience slight variations in timing based on the location of your hotel.

After the tour concludes, you can also visit Asakusa and Tokyo Skytree.


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