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Meguro River

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Meguro River

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PaulSiow wrote a review Feb 2020
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia2,725 contributions188 helpful votes
We took the train and visited this place during the day and also at night. The cherry blossoms look better at night when the whole area is lighted up. Crowded with people and you may need to jostle for space.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Carlo L wrote a review Dec 2019
Dunedin, New Zealand761 contributions43 helpful votes
The Christmas illumination of the riverside looks far better in pictures than it did in person, I would suggest visiting other light installations if you had others in mind. This is a going to be more of an intentional visit without being in proximity to other possible attractions.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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crybaby21sg wrote a review Nov 2019
Singapore, Singapore148 contributions122 helpful votes
Meguro River is 2km long, so you can get there by a lot of train stops. Get off at Nakmeguro for food and shopping. There are a lot of shops and eateries lining the canal here, and the trees line the river with their branches hanging over the river. I was there in early autumn, and you could understand why this is a popular spot during the cherry blossoms season. The Meguro River illuminations are nearer the Osaki and Golanda train stations. We felt rather underwhelmed by the illuminations, perhaps because it was early autumn when we were there, so the effect of the illuminations wasn't great. It may be nicer when the trees have fully turned red.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Sriver wrote a review Nov 2019
Hobart, Australia187 contributions62 helpful votes
I took a quick visit to the area. Walked don hill from Meguro Station and headed right along the river. Looked like nice food places on way down (RHS). People playing tennis near river, a few runners. I had a quiet walk and stopped for a drink from vending machine. Would look good a night here. I think the was a golf range on right hand side of path.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Oldjack wrote a review Oct 2019
Greater Melbourne, Australia19,632 contributions2,155 helpful votes
More a canal than a river, this stream runs for about eight kilometers before it enters into Tokyo Bay. Much of it is tree-lined and there a walking paths on both sides and it winds its way through one of Tokyo's better suburbs. It is a good location to see cherry blossom at the right time of year. Walk west from Meguro Station and down the hill and you cnnot miss it.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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