Best Weeping Plum Spots In Asia

Here're best Weeping Plum Spots in Asia. We released a ranking of reviews about Weeping Plum Spots posted by travel influencers who have actually been to Asia.

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As for plum blossom in Kyoto, Jyonangu Shrine is famous. The weeping plum blossoms all over the garden and fallen camellia flowers are beautiful, and make us feel spring has come. I feel spring when I visit here.

Address:7 Nakajimatobarikyu-cho Fushimi-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto

Access:20 min by bus from Kyoto Station (Hachijo Exit). 15 min walk from Takeda Station. 10 min by car or taxi from Kyoto Station, and free parking area is available.




Suzuka Forest Garden was opened in 2014, and has about 200 weeping plum trees, in Japanese, Shidare Ume. The blossom all over the garden is so beautiful and impressive. The plum blossoms are going to be lit up at night for a limited times.◎Entrance fee: 500-1500yen, half-price for children, free for under 6 years old. The price is changed by the blooming condition. You need to check out the official twitter. Parking area: free for 200 cars.

Address:151-2 Yamamoto-cho, Suzuka-shi, Mie

Access:By car, 5min from Suzuka IC, 15min from Kasado Station


I shot the plum tree with so many blossoms that hide its behind. It sparkles in the sunlight, and the air around is full of plum fragrance. I found many white-eye birds, too! Spring is at its fullest here!

Address:407-15 Nouke-cho, Izumi-shi, Osaka

Access:13 min by bus from Izumi Chuou Station to Nouke, then 15 min walk. 12 min by car or taxi from Izumi Chuou Station.



At 'Yamato Hina festival' held by the whole town, there're many hina dolls displayed in a shrine office. Such as hanging hina dolls and some made 100 years ago, they're worth seeing. You'll be attracted to the flowery scene in the slight aroma of plum blossoms.

Address:15 Tousenji-cho, Yamatokoriyama-shi, Nara


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