TOKYO, Jan. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Shiba Park Hotel in Tokyo announced on January 22 that it will host an "Ohanami Sakura Walk" event between March 28 and April 5 to escort hotel guests to nearby spots where cherry blossoms beautifully bloom. The daily event is designed to allow guests from overseas to experience Japan's custom of viewing cherry blossoms. (The dates of the event may change according to circumstances.)
Hotel staff will guide guests to cherry blossom-viewing spots around the hotel, explaining the different types of the flower species. Among the locations, guests will see a view symbolizing Tokyo in spring at Zojoji Temple, where cherry blossoms rival nearby Tokyo Tower. Staff will also show interested guests how to enjoy food stalls set up at the temple's site. Guests at Shiba Park Hotel are welcome to join the event without any fee.
Shiba Park Hotel General Manager Mitsuo Watanabe said: "The period for enjoying Japan's famed cherry blossoms is only about one week of the year. I hope you will take advantage of this event to enjoy the beauty of Japan's spring and blooming cherry blossoms."
Japanese Culture Salon SAKURA Manager Yuka Inoue said: "Japan's cherry blossoms during fine weather are popular with tourists around the world. I would like to introduce spring in Japan to more guests."
Shiba Park Hotel hopes that all guests will enjoy experiencing Japanese seasonal culture and customs and that their experience will last as an unforgettable memory of their visit to Tokyo.
About Shiba Park Hotel (Tokyo, Japan)
Shiba Park Hotel is a city hotel established in 1948 to accommodate foreign trade delegations, and since then has welcomed many guests from overseas. There are 269 guest rooms of various types as well as Japanese and Chinese restaurants, a steak restaurant and a bar. There is also Japanese Culture Salon SAKURA where guest can experience Japanese culture, entertainment and elements of lifestyle during their stay.
Shiba Park Hotel continues to welcome guests from around the world with the hope for guests to "feel relaxed as they are at home, even in the midst of a trip."
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