[Tokitama-Himitsukichi COMORIVER] A plan to enjoy cherry blossom viewing while having a BBQ “Cherry tree charter cherry blossom viewing area” begins


This is a plan where you can luxuriously rent out a single cherry tree in a location rich in nature with a clear stream flowing in front of you.
From March 25 (Sat), 2023 to April 9 (Sun), 2023, how about spending some time relaxing under the cherry blossoms in full bloom and enjoying BBQ and cherry blossom viewing with your family and friends?

A cherry blossom viewing area that can be reserved for a single cherry tree

Duration: March 25, 2023 (Sat)-April 9 (Sun)
Hours of Operation: 10:00~14:00
Capacity: 8 people
Price: 1 area (1 cherry tree) 5,500 yen (tax included)

After 14:00, it costs 1,100 yen (tax included) per hour, and can be extended up to 17:00.
*Advance reservations required. Reservations can be made from the Tokitama-Himitsukichi COMORIVER website.
*You may not be able to see the cherry blossoms depending on the blooming conditions of the cherry blossoms.

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