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Sakura and Dragons: Iiyama Traditional Spring

Central Area Full day 9

Iiyama, Atsugi is a well-known place for viewing cherry blossom flowers with around 3,000 trees in full bloom. Many people wait for the cherry blossom festival that takes place between late March and early April to see the gorgeous flowers in Iiyama at the beginning of spring. At the venue, Iiyama Hakusan Forest Park, there will be dancing by geishas, cherry blossom palanquins, Hakuryu taiko drum performance, and Hakuryu dancing.

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Iiyama Hakusan Shinrin Park

Atsugi 30m

Iiyama Hakusan Forest Park extends over Mount Haku and the surrounding Satoyama in the northwestern part of Atsugi City. The view from the observatory at the top...

Iiyama Hakuryu no Mai Taiko Drums

Atsugi 45m

The Iiyama White Dragon Taiko and White Dragon Dance originated from ancient rainmaking rituals where people play their taiko and dance with white dragons to pray...

Iiyama Onsen (Hot Spring) Furusato no Yado

Atsugi 1h30m

This facility closed on December 30, 2019. Famous for its sakura view. "Furusato no yado" located in the Kannon Street has been valuing the communication with people...

Atsugi Museum Hotel(Tron hot spring)

Atsugi 45m

Approximately 10,000 pieces of artwork including folkcrafts from across the country, Japanese local toys, western paintings, Japanese paintings, sculptures, cutout...

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