Saturday, October 30, 2010

Tokyo, Japan

During spring season in Japan, you will definitely witness the Japan's unofficial national flower, Cherry Blossom, also known as Sakura. Besides, the scenery there are hypnotising!


Panaromic view of the mountain.
Cherry Blossom (Sakura)



My grandmother (left) and my aunt are under the cherry tree



 
 

17 comments:

  1. Very beautiful & very scenic! Wonderful views!!!

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  2. Beautiful!
    Thanks for your comment!

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  3. Such lovely photos! I love, love, love Japan flowers and landscape!!
    Thanks for sharing! I also thank you for your wonderful comment on my blog!

    B :)

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  4. definitely the pride of Japan with that amazing Mt Fuji and Sakura~~ :)

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  5. hope one day I will be able to see for myself Sakura Flower

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  6. Great shots, classic Japanese views. Welcome to the blogging world, it's lots of fun!

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  7. Congratz! Greeting from My Little Sprouts via Wenn's Experience! Lovely picture, it's always my dream to visit Kyoto!

    Have a great weekend!

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  8. it's a very beautiful place, we will go there in 3yrs time... still a long wait

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  9. Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment, Jenn. We were in Japan this spring and absolutely loved the cherry blossoms.

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  10. The cherry blossom is a very beautiful flower!

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  11. if you come to New Zealand, you will still see the cherry trees in flower

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  12. I want to visit Japan one day too....and their Disneyland.

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  13. Hi Jenn,
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. I appreciate it.
    I was supposed to leave a comment on the latest entry but this one caught my eyes. I guess you know why because I live in Japan.
    If you have chance please visit Japan another season. Now it looks just like picture of the background image of your blog!!!
    Cheers.

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