Cherry blossoms bloomed a little early this year in Tokyo and we had a beautiful warm weekend filled with gorgeous flowers. If you’re in Tokyo now until hopefully next weekend, you are in luck to see these beauties at their prime. Too bad cherry blossoms only last about 1~2 weeks… but that is why it’s a highly anticipated event and season here in Japan. We had a cold winter this year so i’m very happy that Spring is finally here :)
The above Cherry Blossom photos were taken from two of my favorite ohanami spots, Nakameguro and Chidorigafuchi (near the imperial palace) this past weekend. From Chidorigafuchi, it’s a nice walk to Yasukuni-shrine as the street is lined with Japanese street food vendors. We had the sweet potato sticks for a snack. Do you see the line?!
Happy Spring ♡
I hope I don’t miss the blossom I arrive in Tokyo on friday
I think you will barely make it!
Yestetday,i had a plan to go out with friend. she’s in charge of finding a place to see sakura and i have to find a nice cafe for us. As usual i google for some blog. Then i found yours. Usually I just pick one then close the tap. But your blog is different. Amazing pictures and Beautiful stories until i keep reading through all of the blog. And i think i should leave some comment. thank you <3 it's very lovely blog. I managed to pick one. Yesterday we had a great time. I live in Tokyo too. Your blog inspire me to go out to interesting cafe more
Thanks again <3
awww Thank you for such nice compliments Kate. Comments like this makes me want to keep posting and sharing on my blog :)
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