If you are lucky enough to be in Japan during March and April you can see it all by your own eye if not enjoy here those heavenly views #sakura ❤️
They swoon over during picnics. They are painstakingly painted. They are obsessed over in poems. They are cited as a symbol of the transient nature of life. And they are sprinkled on Starbucks lattes.
Springtime in Japan is flower viewing time. Flower viewing, or hanami, is a popular event all over Japan—but in Tokyo, you can see romantic cherry blossoms along the city’s famous rivers, creating a different feeling than in other places. It’s not uncommon to see people drinking and singing underneath the cherry trees. While you’re in T, you should try a real Japanese cherry blossom hanami.
Welcome to Japan’s pink and modern world of cherry blossoms. It is impossible to think of springtime Japan without an iconic image of a sea of cherry trees awash with perfect pink blooms instantly coming to mind.