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Great Cherry Tree of Tarumi


Legend says that the tree, known locally as the “Senzakura” (immortal cherry tree), is over 1,000 years old. At 13.8 m tall with a trunk circumference of 6.3 m, it is the largest Edohigan cherry tree in Hyogo Prefecture, earning it designation as a natural national treasure. A parking lot is available at the trailhead, but on Saturdays and Sundays during cherry blossom season, parking will be limited.

Spot Name Great Cherry Tree of Tarumi

Oya-cho Tarumi, Yabu City

Tel Yabu City Tourism As
Hours Cherry blossoms appear from early to mid-April
Prices Free

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