Yoshino cherry tree on the Hinokinai River bank (designated as a national scenic spot)
A cherry blossom tunnel with a total length of 2 km.
Yoshino cherry tree in full bloom on the Hinokinai River bank that flows through the center of the town.
It was first planted in 1934 to commemorate the birth of His Majesty the Emperor.
Today, it is also designated as a national scenic spot.
Somei Yoshino cherry trees are environmentally friendly and have the characteristic of having pink-white flowers that cover the entire tree before the young green leaves appear, so when they are in full bloom, the petals grace the branches and the appearance is very spectacular.