Chidorigafuchi is the North Eastern moat of the Imperial Palace. Together with Kitanomaru Park, it is one of the most popular hanami spots in Tokyo. If you go during the day, you can enjoy viewing the cherry blossoms from boats available for rent. The lights are on from 6:30 to 10:00 p.m. A Yozakura Noh will be held from April 2 to 4 at Yasukuni Shrine. The closest station is the subway Kudanshita Station.
Sumida Park and Sumida River
Cherry blossoms line both sides of Sumida River, which is best viewed from cruise boats. Nighttime trips will be made from March 31st to April 6th. The boats depart Asakusa from around 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. The 45-minute cruise costs ￥1200, reservations may be required. The park is a few steps from Asakusa Station.
Around the Roponggi Area, the lit-up cherry blossoms can be viewed with Tokyo Tower in the background. There will be a Sakura Tunnel from the Sakura-saka to the Spain-saka in Ark Hills.
The Shidare-zakura of Rikugien is one of the most spectacular around the Tokyo area, especially when lit up. Yozakura is from March 20 to 30. The park is located about 5 minutes from Kamagome Station on the Namboku Line.
Hamarikyu Gardens is located along the Sumida River. The Suijo-bus from Asakusa ports at the garden gates. It is also 7 minutes away from Shiodome Station. Yoshino-sakura will be lit up from April 3 to 6, while Yae-zakura will be lit up from April 12 to 20.