Kamakura is one of the highly recommended places that you will fall in love with during spring. Enjoy your day trip seeing cherry blossom around the city, and learn the history of its incredible landmarks from Peter – an experienced English speaking private tour guide based in Kamakura.
Now take a look at the Cherry Blooming Forecast for 2018 given below.
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She is working now, and has been promoted one time into management and is close to her second promotion!
To mark the National Cherry Blossom Festival each year, the lantern is lit by the Cherry Blossom Princess representing the Embassy of Japan. National Arboretum is another place to behold the celebrated pink and white flowers.
Take either a two- or four-person paddle boat ride and see the blossoms from out on the water. The Arboretum’s cherry trees usually peak at a different time than the Tidal Basin ones, offering an alternative opportunity to catch the blossoms.
This nearly 400 year-old stone lantern is one of a pair—its twin resides at a Tokyo temple.
The Japanese lanterns were carved to honor the Third Shogun of the Tokugawa period.
God bless each and every one of you, and good luck!!
Paddle out to the middle of the Tidal Basin for a panoramic shot of the trees. Looking for more info on Washington, DC's cherry blossoms?
Check out our complete guide to the National Cherry Blossom Festival and visit the National Cherry Blossom Festival’s website for more information on this year’s festival.
Latest News: On January 25, 2018, early first cherry blossom forecast of the year has been published by the private weather service Weathermap.
According to Japan Meteorological Corporation, Japan cherry blossom viewing may come early this year.