April 11, 2011

Weepimg Cherry Trees in Koishikawa Korakuen


I took these photos in Koishikawa Korakuen last wednesday.
Seven weeping cherry trees and many yoshino cherry trees are planted in the garden.
Especialy weeping cherry tree in the photo above is most gorgeous.
It is the symbolic cherry tree in the garden.


Other weeping cherry trees are also nice in the beautiful background.


(Note)
These photos were taken on April 6 , 2011.

4 comments:

Malyss said...

There are so much flowers that it seems to be heavy on the branches! i like the little red bridge hidden among the flowers!

Sherry Stewart said...

Very beautiful photos you've taken!
I wanted such a cherry tree. They are like ones Japan gave us in 1912. 3,020 cherry trees. I went to site of cherry blossom festival to buy one, but my state, Washington, not Washington Dc, doesn't allow them to come here. Probably because of our many orchards? Anyway, so I can see them through your eyes, and eyes of my other Japanese friends.
Thank you.

echo said...

So pretty!

Brady Stump said...

Enjoyed the read.

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