Uneo Park is a spacious public park in Tokyo’s Taito ward. First established in 1873, Uneo Park draws influence from Western parks popular at the time. Today visitors are free to wander the many paths and open spaces. There are estimated to be over 8,000 tree species in the park and the small bodies of water attract a wide variety of birds. A number of museums are located within Uneo Park including the Tokyo National Museum and the National Museum of Nature and Science. Uneo Park’s most famous attraction, however, is the spring Cherry Blossom Festival when people flock to admire the natural beauty on offer. Truly it is something to behold.
Tokyo National Museum
National Museum of Western Art
Art MuseumExhibition Halls
Ueno Toshogu Shrine
Other Places of WorshipReligious Sites
National Museum of Nature and Science
Ueno Park is one of the most famous parks in Tokyo city. The cherry blossoms which are these whiteish pink flowers are so pretty and they never cease to amaze me. Although I was there solely for the sakura flowers, this park has so much more to offer with different attractions to see and explore. Visitors can ride the boat in the lake here. The scenery is great as the trees provide good shade from the sun in summer. The trail is usually quite busy as a lot of people walk through it to get to the other side. But overall, it’s still a nice place to spend your day.
Ueno Park is a must-go for anyone looking to witness the Tokyo cherry blossom viewing and it takes around 3 minutes from the Keisei Ueno Station to the park. A lot of people visit from Tokyo to see the cherry blossoms. The place is lively with people eating cherry blossom cakes and drinking tea amid the beautiful backdrop of the flowers. The Park contains a shrine of Toshogu where the three generals of the Tokugawa family are worshipped. The shrine hall and cherry blossom scene is beautiful and must be seen to be believed! It's a great place to click pictures and relax. If you want to experience the atmosphere of the Tokyo cherry blossoms, come here!
Sakura in the distance is a white, gleaming glow, like a cloud. A fascinating scene of life, let the passing pedestrians indulge, intoxicate and linger in this beautiful scenery. The looming foliage in the dazzling white light adds a touch of mystery to the cherry blossoms, and the white is cleaner and more dazzling. Like a fairy, its not like a fire. More like falling snow, bringing peace to the heart.
The cherry blossom season has quietly arrived. In March, the cherry blossoms in Ueno Park in Tokyo will bloom, and the flow of cherry blossoms will increase as the cherry blossoms bloom. From the early morning to the evening, the cherry trees gather. People with picnics, what about the correct cherry blossom route and photo skills?
Transportation: Take the JR line, the subway Ginza line or the Hibiya line, and get off at Ueno Station and walk 2
cherry trails recommended:
1 Tokyos Ueno Station is facing the park gate and entering the main road of Ueno Park, the largest cherry blossom avenue.
2, in Ueno Park, there is also a cherry blossom trail in the center of the pool.
3, Shimizu Kannon Hall and the surrounding area of the Tianhai
4, near the garden Inari Shrine
How to take a good cherry blossom photo:
1, the glass ball in Figure 1 is the ins net red props, you can concentrate the scenery into the ball
2, as shown in Figure 2, the above picture Only took the sky and cherry blossoms, avoiding the crowd
3 in the picture below, and finding a sense of layering. As shown in Figure 3, taking a cherry blossom alone, lining the dark cherry blossom background, than taking a whole shot. The pink cherry tree should look a lot better
4, there will be many Japanese lanterns in front of the cherry tree, Figure 7, magnifying the aperture, the blurry background of the pink cherry tree will be more beautiful.
Hope these cherry blossom tips can help more friends take good photos.