Sunday, March 25, 2018

Kasai Seaside Park and Imperial Palace. 葛西臨海公園と千鳥ヶ淵。

Kasai Seaside Park is located in the suburbs of Tokyo.
It's a flower season now in Tokyo.


A cherry blossom walk.


A Ohshima cherry blossom.





A white blossomed magnolia.


A magnolia kobus.


A flowering peach tree.





A golden bell.





A buttercup winter hazel.


A spike winter hazel.


A acasia tree.




We went to Kasai Seaside Park yesterday,
we went to Imperial palace today.


We walked along the moat of Imperial palace.


Chidorigahuchi.





I think this area is the best cherry blossom watching one in Tokyo.


It is said these kind of boats are very unique.




By the way,Using macro lens,I took this photo.

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    1. Dear Adam.
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  2. Beautiful flowers. At peak time on the river.

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  3. Gorgeous blossom photos! I really like the ones of the blossoms over the lake.

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  4. Lovely!
    Thanks so much for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2018/03/a-peek-inside-biltmore-estate.html

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  5. Perfect time of year to grab photos in the park. Lovely.

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  7. The blossoms are wonderful. I grew up in central British Columbia, surrounded by orchards, and I always loved the blossoms. Now most of the orchards are gone, paved over and filled with parking lots and stores galore. Progress, they call it, but it breaks my heart.
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  8. Marvelous macro shot at the end of glorious photos of the area ~

    Happy Days to you,
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  10. Fantastic photos, friend. I love nature and walk around it. A great park to enjoy for him.
    Buen miércoles.
    Un abrazo.

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  11. I dream of cherry blossom festival in Japan. Someday!

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  12. Wow! The Imperial Palace looks very beautiful during the Spring season every year with all the abundance of Sakura blooms everywhere! I must walk along the moat next time and ride on the boats too. Did you ride on the boats too?

    The macro shot was fantastic! You are always very good with photography and shared many lovely photos with all your readers. Thank you very much Saito-San.

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    1. Dear Twilight Man.

      Thank you very much for your comment。It takes several hours to get on a boat at the moat. I have never ridden on the boat. I hope you will come to Japan in a cherry blossom season in Tokyo.

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  13. The photos of the blossoms, water and boats are amazing. I really like the last photo. Not sure how you did it but it looks like there is a tiny flower inside the drop. Very unique!

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    1.  Dear Ruth.
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  15. 葛西臨海も千鳥ヶ淵も何度も行った事がありますが、こんなに美しい景色ははじめてです。
    今年は桜が早くてあっという間に散り始めてしまったので、来年こそ予定を組んで、可愛いボートと桜を見に行きたいです♡

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    1.  Dear Akiko sama
       こんばんは。ありがとうございます。桜の落花が早かったですね。この日は武道館で日大の卒業式があって、九段下から武道館までがとても混んでましたが、それを超えましたらどうにか楽しめました。
       お勧めは朝9時頃行かれますと空いていてとても楽しめます。 是非、機会を見ていらして下さい。

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  16. 沢山の春の季節の花楽しまれておられますね。千鳥ヶ淵の桜は素晴らしいですね。
    今はもう花びらで川面が薄ピンクに覆われているでしょうか。

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    1. Dear Tomoko sama.
      こんばんは。ありがとうございます。ヨーロッパに行ってました。ご無沙汰して申し訳ありません。

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  17. It is so beautiful in your photos. Is maintaining a beautiful garden common all over Japan? I love those little boats with the canopy. It looks so peaceful on the water.

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  18. 今年の桜は異常に早く咲きましたね。東京の開花はこちらより5日ほど早かったような記憶が。私も3月最後の週から4月5日くらいまであちこちでお花見しましたよ。このポストには他の花ものせておられ、今年はたくさんの樹木の花がほとんど同時に咲いていたことが分かります。最後のマクロ、素晴らしい。私もマクロレンズがあればこんなのが撮りたいです。

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    1. Dear Yoko sama.
      こんばんは。ありがとうございます。そうですね、桜は東京がとても速く咲きます。北国の春の様に一斉に咲きました。 マクロの戯れ、もう一度やりたいのですが時間がなかなかとれません。

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  19. Wow! The Imperial Palace appearance terribly stunning throughout the Spring season per annum with all the abundance of Sakura blooms everywhere! i need to walk on the fosse next time and ride on the boats seaside festival tokyo 2018

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