Weeping cherry blossoms at Hozo-ji Temple

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Weeping cherry blossoms and an intriguing hidden history

  The impressive weeping cherry blossoms at this temple are said to be descended from trees ordered planted at the Daigo-ji Temple in Kyoto by Toyotomi Hideyoshi (the great samurai general) in the year 1598. Visitors come from far-and-wide to see these sakura that have a connection to this legendary historical figure.

Address
58-1 Kotsu, Higashiyoshino Village, Yoshino-gun, Nara Prefecture

Parking
Available

Season
Early to Mid April

Hozo-ji Temple = 宝蔵寺