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Japan Cherry Blossom
Tours 2020

Japan's Cherry Blossoms are one of the world's most spectacular sights and only occurs in March-April!

So, don't miss this opportunity to explore Japan during the Cherry Blossom festival in 2020. You’ll visit the best spots for viewing the cherry blossoms, plus get to experience all that is weird and wonderful in Japan: a tea drinking ceremony, visit robot cafes, wearing a kimono, exploring vibrant Tokyo, and more.

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Best of Cherry Blossom season experiences

Some experiences only come once a year and once in a lifetime.

Picnic in a park filled with Cherry Blossom

Hanami ("flower viewing") parties have been held for centuries. Sit on picnic blankets under the sakura trees and enjoy the view of the pink and white flowers.

Feed Sika deer at Nara Park

Give special crackers to the tame and friendly deer at Nara Park, surrounded by sakura flower-filled trees.

Eat lots of Sakuramochi

Enjoy traditional sweets made especially for the festival. The pink sticky rice and sweet bean paste filling is yummy!

View the Cherry Blossoms at night

After dark, lit up by glowing yellow lights, the blossoms look ethereal and eerily beautiful, as though they’re floating above you.

Traditional tea ceremonies

Elegant tea ceremonies become even more memorable when you’re sitting under a canopy of pink blossoms

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Everything you need to know about Japan’s Cherry Blossom festival

Here’s everything you need to know about this distinctive travel experience.

Japan's cherry blossom season aka the sakura festival begins at the end of March or the beginning of April, depending on weather conditions (warm weather usually speeds up blooming). The sakura trees usually burst into bloom first in Okinawa in the south of Japan, and last in Hokkaido in the north.

Japan’s sakura trees burst into pink for about two weeks or so, but again, just how long they stay depends on the weather and the region.

The beautiful and delicate flowers are symbolic of spring, a time of renewal, and are a reminder of the beauty of ephemeral things.

During the season, the entire country turns into the pink wonderland, but there are some popular spots to see the Cherry Blossoms. Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is one of the best places in Tokyo to see Cherry Blossoms. You’ll be able to see more than 1000 cherry trees in blossom, carpeting the ground with petals. Ueno Park in Tokyo is also a lovely viewing spot, transforming into a sea of pink clouds come April. And in Tokyo, you can walk along the cherry-tree lined Meguro River to feel like you’re walking in a tunnel of pink.

At the Fuji Five Lakes, you can see elegant cherry blossom trees lining quiet lake waters and majestic Mt. Fuji in the background. Osaka Castle is a pretty picture, framed in pink blossom.

As the bleak weather months come to an end, Japan celebrates the beginning of springtime through the Cherry Blossom festival. The atmosphere at this time of year is infectious, with parks packed with picnickers and admirers.
  
  

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