Sakura Season at Nagoya Castle

Beautiful cherry blossoms on a historical background

By Manish Prabhune    - 1 min read


Nagoya Castle’s main concrete keep is expected to be demolished in 2023 and reconstructed until late 2028. Visitors cannot enter the structure anymore as it is not considered earthquake resistant.

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During the cherry blossom season, which begins in the last week of March and lasts about until the first week of April, Nagoya Castle attracts many visitors for hanami (cherry blossom viewing). I find it wonderful when culture and nature blend into each other like this. It's supposed to be even more beautiful in the evening, when the castle and blossoms are illuminated.

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Manish Prabhune

Manish Prabhune @manish.prabhune

Travelling to various places and locations in Japan for over 20 years now, I want to share my experiences and also hear about destinations that I still have not been to in the land of the rising sun. Am a photography enthusiast and love to do slow shutter blue hour photography in Tokyo.