• Tour code: 2142TYOSUN1GSAK010
  • Location: Tokyo, Japan
  • Duration: 9 hours (approx.)

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Visit some of Tokyo’s top spots for viewing cherry blossoms during this seasonal full-day tour—perfect for photographers or anyone wishing to see this magnificent annual spectacle. Check out Showa Memorial Park, and then head to Shinjuku Gyoen, home to more than 1,000 cherry trees. You’ll also scale the heights of the Tokyo Tower for fantastic views of the city and beyond. This guided cherry-blossom tour includes a traditional Japanese lunch, too.

Please note: This seasonal tour runs yearly between March and April. The dates are subject to change.


  • Tour of Tokyo’s top cherry blossom viewing spots
  • Stroll past an incredible showcase of blooms at Showa Memorial Park
  • Take in stunning views of Tokyo from Tokyo Tower
  • Visit Shinjuku Gyoen, one of the most popular places in Japan to see the blossoms
  • Relax during lunch in the Tama area of Tokyo

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Cherry Blossom Viewing and Tokyo Tower Tour

Cherry Blossom Viewing and Tokyo Tower Tour

Discover the beauty of some of Tokyo’s most scenic locations during the height of its famous cherry blossom season on this tour that includes lunch. Start your cherry-blossom experience in front of the Keio Plaza Hotel, where you’ll meet your guide and board a coach for the ride to Showa Memorial Park via Kunitachi’s cherry tree–lined boulevard.

The officially named Showa Commemorative National Government Park is a showcase for cherry trees in bloom. Stroll at a leisurely pace and see the Japanese and bonsai gardens during your 1.5 hours here.

Take a break from cherry blossom viewing for a Japanese-style lunch in the Tama area known as Western Tokyo.

Once you’ve had your fill, re-board the bus for Tokyo Tower Main Observatory, where you’ll ascend the nearly 500-foot-tall (150-meter-tall) tower for outstanding views of the Japanese capital. On clear days, Mt. Fuji is visible off in the distance. 

This tour will take you to Shinjuku Gyoen. Shinjuku Gyoen Park was originally created as part of the residence of a Japanese lord in 1772 and the magnificent collection of more than 1,000 cherry trees was added in 1906 for the Imperial Palace. This picturesque spot is renowned as the perfect spot for hanami, the Japanese custom of viewing flowers or trees while in bloom.

After roughly an hour at this location, leave your guide behind at Tokyo or Asakusa Station, where you’ll continue on to your next destination or back to your hotel.

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