The Chiyoda City Tourism Association has selected a popular collection of sakura souvenirs for sale at two locations, only during the sakura festival.
A portion of the proceeds from all items sold will be donated to a sakura fund for restoring the cherry trees along the moat.
1st Tourist Information Desk Sales Booth [9:30am to 7pm] (On sale throughout the Chiyoda City Sakura Festival)
Chiyoda City Tourism Association Information Center [10am to 6pm] (On sale throughout the Chiyoda City Sakura Festival)
This traditional Japanese candy contains a salted cherry blossom petal inside each piece. The bag's design was inspired by some of the famous sakura sites around Chiyoda.
This milky bath additive contains silky moisturizing components extracted from the cherished sakura blossoms that bloom around Chidori-ga-fuchi.
Featuring a limited edition "Samurai" package. Pull the genuine mizuhiki cord specially crafted by Japanese artisans.
Only available here, this strap is made from old sakura trees found along the Imperial Palace moat. The tone and feel of the natural wood grain changes gradually with time, making each strap truly one of a kind.
This extra absorbent mini towel features a detailed, specially printed map of the ancient castle of Edo. Available only here, this is the perfect souvenir for your Tokyo travels.
This prized handkerchief has been dyed using branches from Chidori-ga-fuchi's sakura. Every batch is hand-dyed so no two are the same, giving each handkerchief its own unique character.
This popular product is made using extracts from Chidori-ga-fuchi's sakura. In 6 hours' time, it will appear just as if a sakura has bloomed.
We have designed 5 types of original postcards featuring famous sakura locations around Chiyoda.
This sakura handbook was composed by the sakura coordinator Hitomi Okamura. Covering topics such as the origin of Chiyoda's cherry blossoms and the history of Chidori-ga-fuchi, this book is the perfect accompaniment for a brisk spring walk.