It’s time to enjoy plum blossoms. The festival to admire blossoms are currently held in Yushima Tenjin Shrine.
If you visit Kawagoe, don’t miss Kita-in Temple. This temple has an architecture where the third Shogun, the top of Edo government in the 17th century was born. He was actually born in Edo which is current Tokyo but the architecture was later removed to this place. The main building of the temple is large. But more…
“Edo” is Tokyo in old days. Kawagoe City located on the north of Tokyo is called as Koedo which means “little Edo” because the town has historic streetscapes of Edo era.
some of plum blossoms points in Tokyo