Ueno Park Tokyo is a public park located in the Ueno district of Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Its official name is Ueno Park Giving Emperor. An area of ??approximately 530 thousand square meters is managed Tokyo Public Works Department.
To the south of the park there is a vast pool named pool Izu. In summer, most of the surface of the pond is filled with beautiful green leaves and pink flowers lotus plants. In winter, migratory birds use the pond Izu as a temporary residence until the coming of spring. In the spring, Ueno Park is popular as a place to see the cherry blossoms. When the cherry blossoms are blooming-blossoming, the park is crowded with people who come in groups to do hanami.
a little history about this place, Ueno Park stems from a named Kan’ei-ji temple built in the Edo period by the shogun Tokugawa Iemitsu 3rd. The temple was built to seal the evil forces of northeast winds are believed to be unlucky. During the Boshin War, the building Kan’ei-ji was burned after use as a bastion of support shogunate warrior group called Sh?gitai.