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Last weekend, I visited to Chirodigafuchi, Yasukuni shrine, Rikugien garden and Inogashira garden in order to walk around under the blooming cherry blossoms. I’m a cherry blossoms lover (I guess many Japanese also love cherry blossoms.), so I always go outside to look for cherry blossoms when I know the news of blooming cherry blossoms.

2013, sakura, cherry blossoms at Chidorigafuchi

Chidorigafuch, The Imperial Palace’s moat

2013, sakura, cherry blossoms at Chidorigafuchi

Chidorigafuchi

2013, sakura, cherry blossoms at Chidorigafuchi

Chidorigafuchi

2013, sakura, cherry blossoms at Chidorigafuchi

Chidorigafuchi

Yasukuni shrine's cherry blossoms

Yasukuni shrine’s cherry blossoms

standard tree of Tokyo's cherry blossoms

The standard tree of Tokyo’s cherry blossoms at Yasukuni shrine.

standard tree of Tokyo's cherry blossoms

When five or six buds of a standard tree begin to burst, the flowering is announced, which is called ‘Kaika Sengen’ (declaration of flowering) by the mass media.

cherry blossoms of Yasukuni shrine

Yasukuni shrine’s cherry blossoms

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