No.6 Cherry Tree of Koshidai

The cherry tree of Koshidai is more than 400 years old and a designated Fukushima Prefecture Natural Monument. It is one of the largest and oldest known yamazakura, or wild sakura. Standing about 20 meters tall, the sakura was chosen as one of the 100 giants in the forest by the Forestry Agency. From its perch on a small hill, it unfurls its long branches while large rocks cling to its roots on the ground.


General information

Address Aza Koshidai, Oaza Oguta, Furudono Town, Ishikawa County, Fukushima Prefecture (福島県石川郡古殿町大字大久田字越代地内)
Peak bloom Late April–early May
Access by train 45 minutes by car from Iwaki-Ishikawa Station on the Suigun Line
Access by car About 50 minutes from Joban Expressway Iwaki-Yumoto IC