Kawaguchi Higata / Cherry Blossoms on the embankment
The dry beach and reed beds that extend along the estuary of Tama River, a Class A river which flows into Tokyo Bay with a total length of 138 kilometers, are in a littoral region, and they are a precious place in which nature is preserved. In 2004, Asakusa seaweed, registered as an endangered species, was discovered there and caught the attention of the public. The row of cherry trees along the embankment is especially crowded during the cherry-blossom viewing season.
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