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The Best Spots to See Cherry Blossoms Around Sendai

Sendai is the capital of Miyagi Prefecture and the largest city in the western Tohoku region which is known for its untouched nature and poetic landscapes...

The Best Spots to See Cherry Blossoms Around Nagoya

The Chubu region itself is home to a copious amount of iconic Japanese imagery, including Mt...

The Best Spots to See Cherry Blossoms around Sapporo

After sweeping its way across the country like an express shinkansen, cherry blossom fever pulls up for its final stop, Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost prefecture...

The Best Spots to See Cherry Blossoms Around Osaka

As a stop on the prized “golden-route,” Osaka is extremely popular for cherry blossom viewing. Nearby Nara with its historical shrines, and Hyogo with...

The Best Spots to See Cherry Blossoms Around Hiroshima

Hiroshima is in the heart of the Chugoku region on the western side of Japan’s main island of Honshu. Hiroshima and surrounding Chugoku prefectures su...

The Best Spots to See Cherry Blossoms Around Fukuoka

Japan’s southern regions, Kyushu and Shikoku, are the first to show signs of spring as the cherry blossoms bloom across Japan like a pink tidal...

The Best Spots to See Cherry Blossoms in Kyoto

In Japan, Kyoto is one of the more brilliant, albeit crowded, locations for viewing beautiful cherry blossom scenes in spring. The prefecture’s ancien...

Minato

Located in central Tokyo, it’s the city's most international district, home to a large number of embassies and foreign corporations, as well as services for the foreign population including international schools, English-speaking hospitals and world supermarkets...

Roppongi

It’s post-war reputation as a somewhat seedy entertainment district popular among foreigners has had a recent overhaul, with the building of several large-scale, upmarket commercial centers that have transformed the area into a classy and cosmopolitan meeting place for young professionals...

Meguro

Often overlooked for its more show-stopping next door neighbour, Shibuya, Meguro’s mix of seasonal scenes, traditional festivals and highbrow culture still brings a lot to the Tokyo table...

Jimbocho

Tattered (meaning well-loved) boxes of second-hand fiction can be rifled through as part of a store’s outside display, with many items going for as little as 100 yen...

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