Introducing the photos posted on "Everyone's Post"!

This is a pickup post of the inbound tourism information SNS "Cool Japan Video".
Today, I would like to introduce a post by "Hideki Takeuchi".

The cherry blossom blizzard is a fantastic photo.

Tenson Shrine is an ancient shrine related to Emperor Kanmu, the 50th emperor of Japan in Japan.
It is also famous for the annual festival "Otsu Festival", which is designated as an intangible folk cultural property of Shiga Prefecture.
It enshrines the four pillar deities, and it is said to be beneficial for marriage and luck.
In addition, Tenson Shrine accepts Suzuo offerings when exorcising evil.
The red seal is characterized by a diamond-shaped mark, so how about commemorating your visit?

During the cherry blossom season, the view of cherry blossoms in full bloom from the Omoemon torii gate to the precincts is superb.
A popular photo spot is the angle of the cherry blossoms that bloom over the Maiden and Maiden.
In addition, in 2023, reservations are required, but the cherry blossoms will be lit up at night, and you can enjoy cherry blossom viewing in a fantastic atmosphere different from the daytime.
Please check the official website for reservation details.

On April 1, 2023 (light rain), the "Cherry Blossom Festival Concert" will be held, where events such as mini bazaars and street performances will be held.
You can enjoy concerts on the stage, including Japanese taiko drums.

◆Tenson Shrine◆
【Address】〒520‐0044 Shiga-ken, Otsu-shi, Kyomachi 3-3-36
JR Tokaido Main Line 8 minutes walk from Otsu Station
【Parking lot】Available (charged)

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竹内 秀樹
Apr. 10, 2021
Cherry blossom snow fell on Tenson Shrine in Otsu City, Shiga Prefecture.
I visited when it was in full bloom, but it was windy and it was a spring snowstorm on this day.
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Mar. 30, 2023
Introducing the photos posted on "Everyone's Post"! This is a pickup post of the inbound tourism information SNS "Cool Japan Video". Today, "KEN. T" here's post. The nemophila field in the sun through the trees is an impressive piece. Hibiya Park, located in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, is a Western-style park that is crowded with places of relaxation and events for business people. The park covers an area of 16.2 hectares, and you can enjoy seasonal flowers, making it a popular oasis in the center of the city. You can also enjoy cherry blossom viewing in spring. About 40 cherry trees such as Somei Yoshino and Satozakura are planted, and the collaboration between ponds of various sizes and cherry blossoms is a must-see. The best time to see them is usually late March ~ early April. In 2023, the flowers will bloom early, and the Yoshino cherry trees seem to be in full bloom now. Also, around mid-April ~ early May, nemophila is in full bloom. Nemophila, which is also popular as an Instagrammable scenery, is an annual herb that blooms refreshing purple-blue flowers. You can also enjoy its adorable appearance in Hibiya Park. The place where it is blooming is around the grove facing the second flower bed. The contrast between the nemophila laid out and the building is a view unique to Hibiya Park. On weekends, various events are held in the park. Events from now on in 2023 include the Oedo Nishikigoi Festival, the TOKYO Dajang Festival ~Myanmar New Year~, and the Paella and Tapas Festival. ◆Hibiya Park◆ 【Address】〒100-0012 1-6 Hibiya Park, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 【Access】 Get off at JR "Yurakucho" and walk about 8 minutes Get off at Kasumigaseki on the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line and Chiyoda Line, Hibiya on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and Chiyoda Line, and get off at Hibiya on the Toei Subway Mita Line and exit A10 and A14 【Parking lot】None (There is an underground public parking lot nearby)
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Mar. 24, 2023
Introducing the photos posted on "Everyone's Post"! This is a pickup post of the inbound tourism information SNS "Cool Japan Video". Today, I would like to introduce a post by "Masayuki Miyashita". It's a photo that captures the wonderful spring scenery. The Fujiwara Palace Ruins in Kashihara City, Nara Prefecture, are the first Japan capital castles built during the Asuka period, following the metropolitan castle system of China (Chang'an of the Tang Dynasty). It is also a popular spot where you can enjoy the nature of the four seasons. In spring, about 2.5 million rape blossoms spread all over the area, and if the timing is right, you can enjoy a splendid view along with the cherry blossoms blooming around you. The best time to see rape blossoms is usually around late March ~ early April. As of March 24, 2023, rape blossoms are in full bloom and the collaboration with cherry blossoms is a must-see. You can enjoy the orange Kibana cosmos in summer and about 3 million cosmos in autumn. One of the highlights is the 11 kinds of lotuses that bloom around July. In June 2011, the view of the ridgeline of the Yamato Three Mountains from the Fujiwara-no-miya ruins was designated as an "Important Viewscape". There are plenty of lunch spots around the Fujiwara-no-miya ruins. The Unomachi Coffee Nara store, which is a renovated old folk house, is a book café characterized by the atmosphere of a townhouse. Seasonal parfaits are popular in both appearance and taste. "Farmers CAFE & GRILL Nara Shokudo -leaves-", which has an attractive lunch using Nara ingredients, also recommends the Saturday and Sunday limited menu "Nara beef lunch steak". Why don't you stop by for a break from your stroll? ◆Fujiwara-no-miya Ruins◆ 【Address】〒634-0072 Daigo-cho, Kashihara-shi, Nara 【Access】 Kintetsu: About 30 minutes on foot from Mitonari Station JR: About 30 minutes on foot from Uneba Station 【Parking lot】Temporary parking lot available according to flowering season