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Tokyo (Japan)
short-breaks, unusual-experiences
When to go? Late March – early April

Visiting Tokyo during cherry blossom season is an enchanting experience that captures the essence of Japan’s cultural beauty. Typically occurring in late March to early April, the cherry blossoms, or “sakura,” transform Tokyo into a breathtaking sea of delicate pink and white flowers. One of the most iconic spots to witness this natural spectacle is Ueno Park, where numerous cherry trees line the paths and create a picturesque setting for hanami, the traditional practice of cherry blossom viewing. Locals and tourists alike gather for picnics beneath the blooming trees, enjoying the ephemeral beauty and celebrating the arrival of spring. In addition to Ueno Park, Tokyo’s Chidorigafuchi, Sumida Park, and Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden also provide stunning backdrops for cherry blossom appreciation, offering a serene escape from the bustling urban life.

Beyond the visual splendour, the cherry blossoms hold profound cultural significance in Japanese society. The fleeting nature of the blossoms symbolises the transience of life, encouraging people to appreciate the present moment and find joy in the fleeting beauty. Tokyo’s cherry blossom season brings a sense of renewal and optimism, attracting visitors from around the world who seek to immerse themselves in the harmonious blend of nature and tradition that defines this captivating celebration of spring.


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