SpotYoshino Baigo (Plum Village)

Yoshino Baigo (Plum Village) is the area on the south bank of the Tama River from Hinatawada Station to Futamatao Station, stretching a distance of 4km from east to west. The annual Yoshino Baigo Plum Festival takes place from the end of February through to March 31. This is the largest plum festival in the Kanto (Greater Tokyo) Area and more than 300,000 visitors come here from across Japan. About 25,000 pink and white plum blossoms bloom beautifully, with the fragrance drifting through the air. There are other sightseeing spots such as Ome Kimono Hakubutsukan (Museum) in the neighborhood.

Yoshino Baigo (Plum Village)



From JR Ome Line Hinatawada Station: 15 min on foot


4-527 Baigo, Ome-shi, Tokyo





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