Spring’s First One Step Ahead! GPS art of cherry blossoms✨
This course draws cherry blossoms GPS art on the ruins of Tamaru Castle, one of the most famous cherry blossom viewing spots in Mie Prefecture.
The castle was built in 1336 during the Nanbokucho Period (1336-1368) and was a strategic point near Ise Jingu Shrine. Although the buildings were torn down during the Meiji Restoration, the stonewalls, moat, and other remains remain as they were in those days. About 200 Someiyoshino cherry trees are planted in the castle, and the best time to view them is usually from late March to early April.
It is becoming a trend that the restriction of activities is being lifted. We think it is a perfect place for sightseeing in Mie Prefecture 🌸