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Yoshino

Yoshino-cho, Nara Prefecture, Japan
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Ranked #46 of 302 Attractions in Nara Prefecture
Type: Mountains, Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas, Cultural
Owner description: An attractive village built on the side of a remote Mount Yoshino is a popular cherry blossom...
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Type: Mountains, Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas, Cultural
Owner description: An attractive village built on the side of a remote Mount Yoshino is a popular cherry blossom viewing area.
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 20, 2013

The flowers open a bit early this year and most of them were wiped out by the rainstorm on 6th April. We were there on 10th April 2013. The flowers were mostly gone in Shitasenbon (lower thousand-tree) and Nakasenbon (middle thousand-tree), whereas trees in Kamisenbon (upper thousand-tree) and Okusenbon (inner thousand-tree) are still in full bloom. In my opinion, the... More 

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