Japan’s Top 100 Blossoms: Shichikawa Dam (Wakayama)
The highly scenic Koza River, where the Shichikawa Dam is located, is noted for its unique rock formations formed from molten lava and through weathering and erosion—including a huge slab measuring 100 meters high and 500 meters wide that has been designated as a natural monument.
Shichikawa Dam (Wakayama)
- Variety: Somei yoshino
- No. of trees: 3,000
- When: Late March to early April
- Hours: Open 24 hrs.
- Admission: Free
- Address: Sada, Kozagawa-chō, Higashimuro-gun, Wakayama
Nearby hanami sites
(Translated from Japanese. Banner photo © Kozagawa Town.)