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Blooming sason in Japan

Flower Festival
  • Monika
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    Monika


Posted on January 24, 2017

Available until January 19, 2018

Hi! Do you know if it's possible to see any blooming trees in Japan if you go there in February? Is it too early or not?

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  • Japanions Admin
    Japanions Admin

    Been going back and forth to Hakone last week till Monday. Monday (September 19th) was a perfect weather after the typhoon. Enjoyed viewing for the first time susuki (pampas). What a great experience.

    September 22, 2017 14:10

  • Dexter2.0
    Dexter2.0

    @Sophie okay so Tokyo is about April. Want about the rest?

    September 20, 2017 21:57

  • Sophie
    Sophie

    @Dexter yes but it's the whole of Japan! If you are taking about Tokyo it's usually around the beginin of April.

    September 13, 2017 15:21

  • Dexter2.0
    Dexter2.0

    Okay so wait. People are saying that the cherry blossoms are in February until July? Is that the whole Japan or just some part?

    August 25, 2017 14:12

  • Sophie
    Sophie

    I would say it too early for most areas in Japan! But Maybe if you go to the most southern part!

    July 14, 2017 19:09

  • Japanions Admin
    Japanions Admin

    Visiting Odawara Castle this weekend is very ideal. Light-up of Hydrangeas is going till June 18th. Also the green mood is very pleasing.

    June 16, 2017 14:37

  • MissBear
    MissBear

    Every place have a different seasons flower and attracts a lot of people.

    June 12, 2017 16:35

  • MissBear
    MissBear

    When i went to Nara druing golden there was a huge park full of wisterias.

    June 12, 2017 16:34

  • Japanions Admin
    Japanions Admin

    I mean they are azaleas, wisterias etc., I am sorry for my wrong grammar.

    May 09, 2017 13:43

  • Japanions Admin
    Japanions Admin

    It is azaleas, wisterias, popies, roses etc. season this time. In Kawasaki area, although I have never been, there is a big park with 4,700 roses. It is called Ikuta Ryokuchi Rose garden and they have an event from May 11 to May 28. It is 20 minutes walk from Mukogaokayuen tation on the Odakyu Line.

    May 09, 2017 13:33