Nagoya's cherry blossom viewing spot, the favorite cherry blossom viewing spot of Nagoya people, look at this flower to see the prosperous world. In fact, what I want to say is, the sky is floating with light rain, okay? The enthusiasm of the Japanese Hanami remains unabated. Because Tsurumai Park is an urban park located in the Showa Ward of Nagoya City, Japan. It was built in Meiji 42 and was later selected as one of the 100 famous sakura places in Japan. To the west of Tsurumai Park is a western-style garden with a fountain tower as the center, composed of a large flower bed and a rose garden. The eastern part is a Japanese garden centered on the butterfly pond and the iris garden. There are thousands of cherry trees planted in the garden. Many visitors come to the park to enjoy the flowers every year. After the cherry blossoms, there are azaleas, roses, and irises. The meetings will be held in turn. The park also has an auditorium, library and sports field, which is a good place for citizens to rest. The symbol of Crane Dance Park-Crane: Maizuru Park is a park symbolized by the ruins of Fukuoka Castle. Tsurumai Park is really big and open to the public for free. It takes us 40 minutes to walk around slowly. From Nagoya Station, it only takes 2 stops on the JR Chuo Line, and the fare is 190 yen. It is less than 10 minutes by car. The Tsurumai Park is across the road from the station. No entrance fee is required to enter the park. In addition to cherry blossom viewing, there are pavilions, fountains, tulips, and a green garden corner in Crane Dance Park, where many kinds of beautiful flowers and plants are planted. I really saw a western-style fountain for a while, and a Japanese-style pavilion again, combining Chinese and Western. In addition to the inner circle is the gathering place for viewing cherry blossoms, there is also a promenade outside the Tsurumai Park, which is really big, The park is dominated by Somei Yoshino Sakura, with about 1,000 cherry trees planted. From April to June, as the "Tsurumi Park Flower Viewing Festival", various events will be held. The park is full of paved gravel roads, and there is a rustle when you walk. There are many snack bars set up for Japanese people in Hanami to buy for a picnic. Just watching the Japanese see the flowers under the cherry tree, it is very ritual. Professional picnic cloth, sumptuous food, everyone talked and laughed, not looking at the mobile phone, eating and chatting about the story of the world. During the day and night, Tsurumai Park is full of cherry blossom viewers, sitting on the ground under 3,000 cherry trees, empty seats. There are also many stalls selling snacks. In the famous big park in Nagoya, there is a cafe in the middle, and an outdoor barbecue shop. There will be performances and cosplays on weekends. By the way, explain the terms: Hanami (はなみ, Hanami) is a Japanese folk custom, meaning "flower viewing". In Japanese, when the word flower is used alone, it mostly refers to cherry blossoms, so if there is no specific flower, it refers to viewing cherry blossoms. Beer, dumplings, and bento under the cherry tree are the main dishes of their "Hana See"... Transportation: Take the subway Tsurumai Line or Central Main Line to Tsurumai Station, and walk about 400 meters to reach the ticket: Free Time: All day (Monday-Sunday from January 1st to December 31st) Location: Love Crane Mai, Showa Ward, Nagoya City, Prefecture Prefecture
Tsuruma Park is one of my most favorite parks in Nagoya. It has its own beauty every season. During Summer, its Roses garden blooms many colors. During Spring, the countless Cherry Blossom trees in the park are illuminated with Pink lights. During this time, people bring their mats and food to do a picnic under the illuminated Cherry Blossom trees. During Autumn, momiji colors the whole park in red, yellow, and brown. Other than that, there are a lot of flowers planted inside the Park. There is a huge playground at the back for kids to play. There are also a lot of Ponds all over it. It is such a great place to chill and unwind.
The park provides enough space for children and adults. This is a medium-sized park, but the sparrows are small and well-equipped. Especially for children, this is a good place to run on the playground. Although there are not many flowers here, they are already in bud.