Daigo Cherry Tree

Maniwa City

One-thousand-year-old cherry tree growing majestically in a quiet mountain village

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Included in the 100 Great Trees in Japan, this magnificent, 1,000-year-old cherry tree is said to be the largest in Okayama Prefecture. Its tiny, cute flowers come into full bloom between early and mid-April each year.
With no high trees around it, the beauty of this Daigo Cherry Tree stretching from the highland to the blue sky is beyond description.

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Basic information

2277, Bessho, Maniwa City, Okayama Prefecture
30 min. by taxi from JR Mimasaka Ochiai Station
25 min. by car from Hokubo IC on the Chugoku Expwy./35 min. by car from Ochiai IC on the Chugoku Expwy.
Scale: 1 tree
Trunk at eye level: 7.1 m
Circumference of root : 9.2 m
Branch length: 20 m in every direction
Height: 18 m
When flowers are in season
Early April to the mid-April
100 vehicles
*Parking for 200 vehicles during the cherry blossom season: Charged
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