The path along the Serikawa River Seawall is famous for its rows of Japanese elm trees that have stood for 400 years, and is also a famous spot for cherry blossoms in the spring. It can be reached in just 10 minutes' walk from Hikone-jo Castle, making it a popular spot to visit alongside seeing the castle. The Serikawa River Seawall is transformed into a tunnel of cherry blossoms in the spring.
|Address||Serikawa-cho, Hikone City, Shiga|
|Inquiries||Hikone Sightseeing Association
JR Biwako Line Hikone Station 18 min. on foot
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