Lake Tama (Murayama Reservoir)

Lake Tama (Murayama Reservoir)
  • 5,000 or more5,000 or more
  • The shore/bank of a river, dikeShore, the bank of a river, dike
  • The playground equipment, animals and plants garden, theme parkIt is next to the animals and plants garden with playground equipment, theme park

Tamako (Murayama reservoir) information site

Time, the best time to see of flower
The late March and early April

| The 4, Tamako, Higashiyamato-shi, Tokyo metropolitan Sayama Park outside

Lake Tama was selected as one of Japan’s Top 100 Dam Lakes. Visitors can enjoy viewing the beautiful scenery throughout the year. This site is especially famous as a place for viewing cherry blossoms and many people visit in spring. Somei-yoshino cherry blossoms stand out amidst the beautiful greenery here, and visitors can also enjoy cycling while feeling the fresh spring breeze on their faces on Tama Lake Cycling Path along the lake shore, with beautiful cherry blossoms in bloom by the side of the Path.

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Basic information

First View Point Row of trees of Sayama Park at the east end of lake
Access (railroad) It is about 4 minutes on foot from Seibu Tamako Line Seibu-Yuenchi Station
It is about 10 minutes on foot from Seibu Tamako Line Musashi-Yamato Station
Access (car) It is about 40 minutes from Kanetsu Expressway Tokorozawa IC
It is about 40 minutes from Chuo Expressway Fuchu, Kunitachi IC
Traffic instructions As parking lot becomes full immediately, we recommend the use of public transport
Parking lot Free of charge
Reference Tokyo Metropolitan Sayama Park management place 042-393-0154
Cherry Blossom Festival None
Going to see cherry blossoms at night None
Stall None
The right or wrong of banquet Possible
Instructions of banquet Fire strict prohibition, take-out of garbage
Entrance rate Free of charge
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Neighboring cherry tree spot information

Neighboring spot information