The end of March and early April is the time when Japanese people watch cherry blossoms. Many people come to the park or playground, carrying blue canvas and boxes of bento for sightseeing, resting and relaxation.

This is an interesting public playground located in Sumida Park (a popular spot in Tokyo for cherry blossoms) that is a fun getaway for kids in the park. Main materials are wood, stainless steel and 5 arrow-shaped iron plates.

After walking, many people sit on the first floor to rest and the children will climb to the second floor to play, chat and see the cherry flowers together.

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