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Kunitachi Daigaku Dori
A Beautiful Avenue Chosen as one of the 100 New Famous Views of Tokyo.
Extending southward from the South Exit of Kunitachi Station is Daigaku Dori. Planted with Sakura, ginkgo and Japanese Zelkova trees, this beautiful street scene has been chosen as one of Tokyo's 100 new famous views.
On both sides of Daigaku Dori and Sakura Dori, a street beyond it running east and west of it, about 200 cherry trees form a splendid arch every spring.
It's also impressive in other seasons. Enjoy the new greenery of summer, an autumn festival called, "Tenka-ichi" and illumination in the winter.
At the beginning of April every year, the Kunitachi Sakura Festival takes place in Yaho Daisan Park, located along Sakura Dori. Dance performances, outdoor stalls, and a flea market are held here.
Beautiful scenery selected as one of the New Tokyo Hundred Views.
In a typical year, late March to early April the season to see Sakura.
In December, the trees lining the city streets shine with illumination.
Frequently Asked Questions have been vetted and answered directly by each listing.
Do you have signs or pamphlets in foreign languages? (If you do, which languages are available?)
We have brochures in five languages. They are available in English, Italian, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), and Korean.
They are distributed at the old Kunitachi station building information center. You can also find the Kunitachi city tourist guide map on the Kunitachi city website (city.kunitachi.tokyo.jp).
Is free Wi-Fi available in the area?
Free Wi-Fi is available in the old Kunitachi station building. Otherwise, it is available as a service in surrounding restaurants and cafes.
Are there restrooms nearby?
Yes, toilets are available at the Kunitachi-Kokubunji Civic Plaza in front of Kunitachi Station.
- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 1 Higashi, Kunitachi City, Tokyo
- 042-576-2111 (Kunitachi City Hall)
- No holidays
- Walk anytime
- Right next to Kunitachi Station on the JR Chuo Line
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)