This time, we would like to navigate some cherry sites in Ohno River Promenade that crosses Nishiyodogawa Ward.
This year, the cherry blossoms were blooming, but due to the rain, we could not go see the blossoms. That’s why we hope you’ll see them from the next year on.
This promenade is 3.8 kilometers from the place in front of Haccho Bridge Intersection under the overpass of Hanshin Highway 11 Ikeda Line towards Yagura.
This is where the video starts. ( Side Note: The video is at the end of this article. )
If you pass Utajima Junior High School, you can see lots of cherry trees in line. You can see them on the fifty second mark of the video.
There are two lines of cherry trees right in front of ShinUtajima Bridge. In the video, it’s from 1:45 to 2:15.
You can see all the cherry trees if you pass through the overpass of Utajima Bridge. In the video, refer to 2:45.
There are two more cherry sites in front of Pachinko Rakuen. You’ll be amazed by the view. Video=3:10~3:30.
There are also cherry trees in front of the overpass of the Hanshin Railway Main Line. Video=3:50.
There are many drooping cherries in front of the big square in front of Nishiyodogawa Park. Video=4:30.
There is also cherry-tree-lined path long in front of Nishiyodo Junior High School. Video=6:20.
There are lots more cherry trees in front of Nishiyodogawa Ward Inhabitants Hall. Video=7:35.
By the way, if you go left and go fifty meters straight at a small path at 8:10 in the video, you’ll see our company!
There will be the best cherry site in all of the promenade if you pass through the tunnel of National Route 43.
The someiyoshino and two drooping cherries lighten up the ambience. In the video, it’ll be a long segment from 9:05 to 9:45. You can also see a bit of a cherry tree in front of the tunnel at 8:40.
There are more cherry sites in front of Shinyodogawa Park. Video=10:50.
That’s it for the Cherry Promenade Map, but in the video, we also feature Yagura Park, which many people in this area don’t quite know that much.
(Side Note: The video contains music. Please be careful of the volume.)
That’s it for today! Thanks for reading till the end!