Japan Cherry Blossom Guide 2019

Each spring, thousands of tourists from different parts of the world would gather in Japan to witness one of its specialties, the cherry blossoms. Locally known as sakura flowers, the cherry blossom season in Japan is an occasion that is just as equally anticipated by the locals as it is for the foreigners. It truly comes to no surprise, the sight of rosy-coloured sakura flowers dangling from the trees, accompanied by the warmer temperatures, create the perfect atmosphere for an outdoor ‘hanami’ with loved ones, a local term for picnic.

When to see the cherry blossom?

It’s important to keep track of the cherry blossom forecast before planning your trip to avoid disappointment. The cherry blossom season commonly occurs from late march to mid April. Team Vidi has gathered data from various reliable sites for the cherry blossom forecast as shown below, for major cities in Japan.

Where are the best places to see the cherry blossom in Japan?

Mt. Fuji, Shizuoka Prefecture

Himeji Castle, Himeji

Shinjuku Gyoen, Tokyo

Hirosaki Castle, Hirosaki

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The Philosopher’s Path, Kyoto

photo taken from https://jw-webmagazine.com/

Miharu Takizakura, Fukushima

Photo taken from http://iplayfukushima.com/

Takato Castle Park, Nagano

Photo taken from http://www.nihon-kankou.or.jp.e.wp.hp.transer.com/

Peace Memorial Park, Hiroshima

Photo taken from https://www.japan-guide.com/

Nishi Park, Fukuoka

Photo taken from https://www.flickr.com/

Expo 70 Commemorative Park, Osaka

Photo taken from https://osaka-info.jp/

Goryokaku Tower, Hokkaido

Photo taken from https://jw-webmagazine.com/

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