If you were wondering when is the best time to visit Japan, we would for sure say that Spring Is The Best Time To Visit Japan. And the reason for this is because spring in Japan is well-known for its wonderful cherry blossoms. They are for sure one of the best things to see when in Japan.
The mesmerizing views of Japanese cherry blossom is popularly known as Hanami or flower viewing. There have been held many Hanami parties for centuries, so if you choose to visit Japan during cherry blossom time, we advice you to have some time for picnic under the boughs. And since this is the most wonderful time of the year in Japan, it may be hard for you to find a free spot for picnic. What you need to do is the join the locals who head down to the parks as early as 8 AM to spread their blankets and enjoy the rest of the day. Spring time is the busiest time in Japan for tourists, because Japan puts on an extravagant show of flowers in Spring and there is a natural contrast of the color displays with the temples and scenery, which is definitely worth seeing.
Below, we have made a photo collection of Spring in Japan which will for sure impress you and make you think of booking a flight to Japan. Check them out!
There are so many beautiful spots where you can go to appreciate the sakura (cherry blossom) and the flower festivals. The best spots for cherry blossom viewing in Tokyo are the Ueno Park, Shinjuku Gyoen, Chidorigafuchi and Sumuda Park, where you can witness over one hundred varieties of cherry tree. The most popular tree is the cultivated Somei Yoshino with flowers made up of five petals. There are also some trees with flowers made up of 100 petals. Scroll down to see the rest of the photos that we have chosen for you today and see the beauty of Japan during spring time. Make sure you add Japan to your places-to-visit list for this spring or maybe the next one, because all those cherry blossom are definitely worth seeing. Enjoy and stay up to date to find other interesting content on which places you should visit at least once in your lifetime!