Cherry blossoms at Asukayama Park in Oji

Asukayama Park is a park located in Oji, Tokyo. It was established by Shogun Yoshimune Tokugawa in the early 18th century to serve as good hanami (cherry blossom viewing) spot for Edo citizens.

Above, pedestrian path along the Takinogawa River, near Oji station.

Above, stairs to the Oji Shrine.

Above, Oji Shrine.

Above, entrance to Asukayama Park.

Above, looking in the direction of the Oji Shrine.

Above, ornamental cabbage.

Above, Kita City Asukayama Museum.

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