There are Japanese cherry trees (A cherry blossom, also known as sakura) in Kyoto Japanese Park in Konya. We recommend that you hurry to see the blooming Japanese cherry between the last week of March and the first week of April.
Japanese cherries do not bear fruit and are a type of cherry blossom that is unique to Japan. Japan does not sell the seeds of these trees to other countries but only gifts them. Due to the 2010 Japanese Year, we can visit this garden and see the blooming Japanese cherry.
Walking among the Japanese cherry is a delightful experience, and we suggest you visit the Kyoto Japanese Park, which is the largest Japanese garden in Turkey. However, the blooming period of Japanese cherry flowers is not long-lasting and only lasts for about ten days. Therefore, it is essential to see the Japanese cherry trees as soon as possible without wasting any time.
Kyoto Japanese Park in Konya is not only the largest Japanese park in Turkey, but it is also one of the most beautiful places to watch Japanese cherry. It is located in the Selçuklu district of Konya and is open from 08:00 to 23:00 every day, and admission is free. We recommend that you see the Japanese cherry before the flowers wither.