No.79 Hachinohe Park
This popular 37-hectare park in Hachinohe features a botanical garden, open lawn, amusement park, animals, and around 2,000 sakura including somei yoshino, yaezakura, and yamazakura varieties. The Hachinohe Park Spring Festival is held from late April to early May and offers food stalls, baton twirling, cheerleading, and singing and jazz performances. In Hachinohe, Japanese wheat crackers called Nanbu Senbei that originated in the area and many local specialties made with senbei crackers can be found.
|Address||33-2 Aza Tenma, Oaza Tokaichi, Hachinohe, Aomori Prefecture (青森県八戸市大字十日市字天摩33-2)|
|Peak bloom||Late April–early May|
|Access by train||20 minutes by bus bound for Korekawa-danchi from Hon-Hachinohe Station on the Hachinohe Line|
|Access by car||10 minutes from Hachinohe Expressway Hachinohe IC|