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Tokyo Hanami Guide | The Official Tokyo Travel Guide, GO TOKYO

From late March to early April, Tokyo transforms as cherry blossom fever grips the city. We introduce the latest 2023 forecast and the best spots to enjoy these beautiful symbols of spring.

The Art of Hanami, Yoyogi Park [OC]

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Hanami: The Japanese Celebration of Springtime and the Sakura | phmillennia.com

Come springtime, the Japanese gather beneath the sakura trees to celebrate the ancient tradition of hanami, the viewing of cherry blossoms.

Hanami: Observing The Brief Eternity of Cherry Blossoms - Snakku

We take a look at one prominent feature of spring in Japan: Sakuras! Cherry Blossoms have a rich history engraved in Japanese culture, dating back to as far as the late 700’s.

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Hanami (花見, lit. "flower viewing") is the Japanese traditional custom of enjoying the beauty of flowers, "flower" in this case almost always meaning cherry blossoms (桜 or 櫻 sakura). The glorious cherry tree outside the University Church in Oxford is currently in full bloom, and the weather this week has been perfect for my annual spot of 'hanami'.

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Hanami (cherry blossom viewing) in Tokyo with an Aibo robot dog! 🤖🐶 @hyattcentricginza See SavvyTokyo.com for more unique hanami experiences for 2022!
Japan Cherry Blossom Destinations - Asia Travel Tips
La fête des cerisiers au Japon est appelée "Hanami" (花見) qui signifie "regarder les fleurs". Elle se déroule chaque année au printemps lorsque les cerisiers, également connus sous le nom de sakura, commencent à fleurir. C'est une tradition très populaire au Japon où les gens se rassemblent pour admirer la beauté des cerisiers en fleurs.
The Ritual of Sakura