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Celebrate the Coming of Spring With These 2 Cherry Blossom Festivals in Tokyo!

Cherry blossom season is the favorite of many people in Japan whether they are locals or tourists. Winter fades away and thousands of trees across the country bloom with gorgeous pink flowers. Some say that this is the time of year when the gods descend to earth, making these delicate flowers bloom for just a…

8 Helpful Dos and Don’ts for Cherry Blossom Viewing in Japan This 2019

Want to experience Japan’s favorite spring event? Sakura (cherry blossom) viewing is one of the most anticipated seasonal events in Japan, both by locals and foreigners. Hanami, which literally means “flower viewing,” is a tradition held during the spring season while cherry blossoms are in bloom. Long ago, the hanami tradition was limited to Japanese…

5 Steps to Fully Enjoy the Autumn Season in Japan’s Awaji Island

When we talk about autumn, we tend to think about the changing colors of the leaves, from green to red to orange then yellow. We don’t actually see it as a season to adore flowers. Why? Simply because, usually, flowers bloom during spring. However, there are places in Japan where you can actually enjoy both…

4 Beautiful Flower Cafes in Tokyo That You Should Check Out

Japan never fails to impress when it comes to unique and interesting cafes. Recently, flower cafes have been gaining popularity – a combination of a flower shop and a cafe where customers can relax amidst beautiful and fragrant flowers. There are a lot of flower cafes in Tokyo alone and here are four of them!…

Bask in a Sea of Flowers All Year Round at the Largest Flower Park in Japan!

Want to view the most colorful blooms in Japan but concerned about the weather or season not being in your favor? Do you want to visit a very unique and enormous garden set against the backdrop of a magnificent mountain which allows you to view the flowers all year round without being affected by natural…

Adore the Beauty of Japanese Nature at the Bush Clover Festival in Tokyo This Fall

Japan has numerous beautiful gardens all throughout its different prefectures. One of these is a flower garden that is located in Sumida, Tokyo. It is called “Mukojima-Hyakkaen Gardens,” a popular sightseeing place where flowers bloom all year round. Every year, from mid-September to the beginning of October, the Hagi (Bush Clover) Festival is held here.…

Visit the Japanese Radish Island which Overflows with Ginseng and Peonies

Daikonjima, which translates to English as Radish Island, is a volcanic island that can be reached by bus from Matsue in Shimane Prefecture. It is extremely famous for two things: Korean ginseng and Japanese peonies. Although the whole island is formed out of volcanos and covered with ash, it has been known for agriculture since…

Watch as Japan Turns Red at the Red Spider Lily Festival in Saitama This Summer

Japan is home for literally hundreds of floral festivals you could possibly imagine. The Japanese people adore flowers. Summer in the country, which usually starts in June and continues until mid to late September, is the time to witness more colorful flowers. There is a lily variety called the “red spider lily” which blooms in…

See These Special Flowers in Japan That Only Bloom in Summer!

If you mention blooming flowers in Japan, most people would definitely think of the spring season. We all know about sakura (桜; cherry blossoms), tulips, iris, and other flowers that grow during this season. There are, in fact, many festivals that celebrate the spring bloom such as the Tulip Festival, cherry blossom viewing (花見), and…