Cherry blossoms along the Meguro River

Just like the Kanda River, the Meguro River in southern Tokyo is lined with concrete and cherry trees. It is a very popular spot during cherry blossom season and, even on a week day, it was quite crowded. The path starts at Ikejiri-Ohashi station near the Meguro Sky Garden. The crowd thins out considerably east of Meguro station but there are still cherry trees all the way to Shinagawa.

Above, a TV crew was covering the blossoms.

Above, this is the place where the Meguro River Winter Illuminations are set.

Above, I made a detour to the Shinagawa Shrine and its Fujizuka.

Above, view from the top of the Fujizuka.

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