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Visit Hadano's Famous Cherry Blossom Viewing Spots

Tanzawa-Oyama Area Full day 7

This tour includes a visit to the Hadano Sakura Promenade, at 6.2km, the longest cherry blossom-lined street in the prefecture as well other cherry blossom viewing spots. You will also visit a cluster of spring waters in the Hadano Basin, listed as one of The 100 Finest Waters of Japan.

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The Spring of Maimai

Hadano 15m

The Spring of Maimai was named after ‘Maimaizu Well’, which was built a long time ago. Due to the quality improvement of the underground water, The Spring of...

Shirasasa Inari Shrine

Hadano 15m

The shrine is one of the three major Inari shrines in the Kanto region, with a spring called Ikkanda Yusui and Hikarimo Pond located within the grounds. The ceiling...

Hadano Sakura-michi Promenade

Hadano 15m

The cherry trees line a 6.2-km stretch from Nishiotake to Horiyamashita (Prefectural Road No. 62, Nishiotake intersection to Prefectural Road No. 706, Shinbashi...

Shinsei-ko Lake

Hadano 1h

The Great Kanto Earthquake of September 1st, 1923, caused a 200m wide cave-in, damming Ichikizawa and creating Lake Shinsei. Even after almost 100 years, the "lake...

Izumotaisha Sagamibunshi

Hadano 45m

The shrine enshrines Okuninushi Okami, the deity of Izumo Taisha, Shimane Prefecture. It formally became a branch of the Izumo Taisha sect in 1888. It has a unique...

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