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Weeping cherry blossoms at Hōren-ji Temple

A site exuding an air of wondrousness

Said to have been planted by HIRAI Raidō (Kyogaku Raidō) who was chief priest of Hōren-ji temple, the trees are around 150 years in age.
The trees have also been designated Natural Monuments by Kumakōgen-chō.
Their blossoms which bloom in beautiful forms offer a palpable sense of the spring to come in the town after the long, cold winter has drawn to a close.
After-dark illuminations are also held, presenting the blossoms in wondrous forms to allow visitors to enjoy an atmosphere altogether different from the daytime.


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1427 Tsuyumie, Kumakōgen-chō, Kamiukena-gun, Ehime [google map]
10 min by car from Kumakōgen-chō Town Hall
Kumakōgen-chō Tourism Association 0892-21-1192
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