The row of cherry trees planted along the banks of the Shinsakai River in Kakamigahara City, Gifu Prefecture also goes by the name of, Hyakujyuro Sakura, taken from the name of a local Kabuki actor, Ichikawa Hyakujyuro, who donated some of the trees to commemorate the completion of Sakaigawa Floodway. The fame of the 1,200 cherry blossom trees, which cover 4 km on both sides of the Shinkai River, is responsible for attracting over 200,000 visitors every year for the cherry-blossom viewing season. It has also been selected as one of the 100 Famous Cherry Blossom Viewing Locations by the Japan Cherry Blossom Association. Imagine yourself surrounded by the beauty of fully-bloomed cherry blossoms, while sitting on the banks of the Shinsakai river in Japan.
|Address||The area around Nakamonzencho, Kakamigahara, Gifu 504-0911
|Websites||Tourism Association Website (JPN)http://kakamigahara-kanko.jp/|