❶Cherry Blossom Tunnel
1 kilometer (about 1093 yard) long cherry blossom tunnel with approximately 280 cherry trees. There are many street stalls along the tunnel. At night, these trees are lighted up. Many people visit this tunnel not only from all over Toyokawa but from other areas as well.
❷Bank of Sanagawa River
Along the bank of Sanagawa River, there are 4 kilometer (about 4374 yard) long cherry blossom streets on both sides, with almost 800 cherry trees. Under the cherry trees, field mustard can be seen at the same time. The contrast of light pink and yellow is so magnificent. Cherry blossoms are lighted up at night.
A park beside Toyokawa Inari, surrounded by cherry trees. Sitting on the lawn, people enjoy party, so called "Hanami", during cherry blossom season. Cherry blossoms are lighted up at night.
There are two different cherry trees there. One is Yoshino Cherry and the other is Usuzumi Cherry. 26 Usuzumi Cherry trees bloom one week earlier than 10 Yoshino Cherry trees in this park. When Usuzumi Cherry starts to bloom, the blossoms are very light pink. Then the blossoms turn very light grey, Usuzumi. It is just like Japanese India ink painting. So it’s called Usuzumi Cherry.
❺Park on the top of Mt. Mito
Mt. Mito is a small mountain with the height of 94 meters (about 308 feet). At the top of Mt. Mito, there is a park with about 150 cherry trees. From the deck of the observatory, beautiful cherry blossoms and brilliant Mikawa- gulf can be seen at the same time. The scenery is so splendid and unforgettable. Cherry trees are lighted up at night.
❻Ancient Tomb of Anakannon
The ancient tomb was built in the 6th century. Around the tomb, there are more than 50 "Weeping Higan Cherry" trees. The color of Weeping Higan Cherry blossom is darker than Yoshino Cherry.
❼Bank of Otowagawa River
More than 600 of Yoshino Cherry trees can be seen on both sides of Otogawa River bank. At night, people enjoy seeing lighted up cherry blossoms, shopping at street stalls and having a party, "Hanami", under the trees.
This temple is famous for its historical "Weeping Japanese Cherry", It’s estimated to be over 400 years old. It’s said that the cherry tree was planted when the Hoenji Temple was established. The height is 7.3 meters (about 24 feet) and the length of the branch is 4.3 meters (about 14 feet) long. Every year it blooms and feasts for people’s eyes. It is recorded as one of the prefectural natural assets.
Kawazu Cherry can be seen on both sides of Saikosegawa River bank. Kawazu Cherry blooms from the end of January to February, it’s earlier than other kind of cherry blossoms.