Tag: Spring Travel Tips to Japan

 
  • Kawazu Cherry Blossom Festival 2019 | Visit Shizuoka

    Kawazu Cherry Blossom Festival 2019 | Visit Shizuoka

    The small town “Kawazu” is famous for early cherry blossom viewing in Japan. When February arrives, everything sounds peaceful and exciting to the locals as they still keep waiting to see the early blossoms of Kawazuzakura. Yes, they eagerly wait for it until few buds of the trees are in […]

     
     
  • Fuji Shibazakura Festival 2019 | Visit Yamanashi

    Fuji Shibazakura Festival 2019 | Visit Yamanashi

    Japan’s spring season is very brightly colored not only for of its ume, sakura, and tulips, but also for Shibazakura (moss phlox). There is a renowned Shibazakura matsuri in Hokkaido, I won’t discuss it here, but today I will share a travel guide that tells you about the country’s largest […]

     
     
  • 10 Beautiful Castles to Visit in Japan in Spring

    10 Beautiful Castles to Visit in Japan in Spring

    Spring is a glorious season of Japan that has so much to offer you. Indeed it’s the best time to see sakura in Japan. In spring, hanami – the flower (cherry blossom) viewing season can be enjoyed across the country. It is truly breathtaking to see the mountainous slopes, riversides, […]

     
     
  • 11 Famous Sakura Trees in Japan

    11 Famous Sakura Trees in Japan

    When hanami is in the air, everything around us seems very stunning and lively. Needless to say, it creates a great festive atmosphere bringing a lot of excitements. When most people travel to Japan in the spring, they go for one big thing – cherry blossom viewing or so called […]

     
     
  • 10 Best Places to See Cherry Blossom in Tohoku

    10 Best Places to See Cherry Blossom in Tohoku

    Tohoku’s nature is changing – every day and constantly till something burst into life! Yes, spring is near as we have already received a cool gift “Ume” from our diverse nature. It is the early sign of spring. The next gift should be a special one which everyone in Japan […]

     
     
  • Huis Ten Bosch Tulip Festival | Visit Nagasaki

    Huis Ten Bosch Tulip Festival | Visit Nagasaki

    The Huis Ten Bosch Tulip Festival is one of the most popular floral festivals in Japan. It has hardly been noticed to the people of Hokkaido. This could happen, as I don’t know much about the recommended tourist spots of Okinawa. The real fact behind this is – I live […]

     
     
  • Tonami Tulip Fair 2019 | Visit Toyama

    Tonami Tulip Fair 2019 | Visit Toyama

    Tonami Tulip Fair is a flower kingdom of Central Japan. It is simply a tribute to our magical spring season. Nothing could beat it though I find a contender of it, and that’s Matsumoto Castle. Words can’t explain the utmost beauty of sakura (cherry blossom) at the grounds of this […]

     
     
  • Kamiyubetsu Tulip Park | Tulip Fair 2019

    Kamiyubetsu Tulip Park | Tulip Fair 2019

    Kamiyubetsu Tulip Park is a spring wonderland filled with tons of different kinds of tulips. It hosts the famous Kamiyubetsu tulip fair every year from May 1 to early June. Cherry blossom viewing in Japan is the ultimate spring experience but in Kamiyubetsu it is the Tulip blossom. When spring […]

     
     
  • Cherry Blossom (Sakura) and Hanami in Japan

    Cherry Blossom (Sakura) and Hanami in Japan

    Cherry blossom (sakura) and Hanami, both have a great impact on Japanese culture and traditions. Unlike ume matsuri so called plum blossom festival, hanami attracts many foreign travelers from all over the world. Locals here in Japan wait to see impressive view of Cherry blossoms in spring. When hanami rolls around, […]

     
     
 
 

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