The Miharu Takizakura三春滝桜

1,000-year-old Miharu Takizakura is considered to be one of the oldest cherry blossom trees in Japan, and has become a preserved tree since 1922. The 13.5-metre tall ancient tree, like a pink waterfall in full blossom, attracts 300,000 viewers every spring.

Admission: 300 Yen

Number of sakura trees: 1

The age of trees: 1,000 years

Variety: Weeping cherry

2019/2020 Cherry Blossom Viewing Dates at The Miharu Takizakura

Cherry blossom viewing period: mid to late April

Best time to view in 2019: mid to late April

Best time to view in 2020 (estimated): mid to late April

Light-up:

Cherry blossom festival in 2019: not available

How to visit

Access: Get off at Takizakura Bus Stop by Takizakura-Go bus (about 20-minute bus ride) from the "Miharu" Station on the JR Line.
Address: Sakurakubo, Taki, Miharumachi, Tamura, Fukukshima
Japanese address: 福島県田村郡三春町滝桜久保地内