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Top 10 Readers’ Photos In March In Japan

It's officially spring y'all.

Spring hits Japan in a sea of pink and white when the cherry blossoms start blooming in late March. This means one of two things  either you’re excited for day drinking under the fleeting flowers, or you’re suffering half to death with seasonal allergies. Either way, we hope you have a chance to get a glimpse of Japan in spring. If not this year, next! If you do grab a photo, don’t forget to tag us with #gaijinpotsakura to enter our 2019 GaijinPot Cherry Blossom Contest to win prizes! Every month, we select our favorite travel images from readers. Tag your photo on Instagram with #GaijinPotTravel for a chance to be featured on our site.

10) Gaze into the crystal ball and the sakura of Kasai Rinkai Park will show you your future.

 

9) What happens when you get too lit at the hanami (cherry blossom viewing) picnic.

 

8) High rises surrounded by delicate petals.

 

7) Somebody’s hand was about to get bitten off at the Asakusa Golden Dragon Parade.

 

6) These weeping plum blossoms in Mie Prefecture are gorgeous enough to bring tears to our eyes.

 

5) Totoro has bad hay fever, so he has to stay inside.

 

4) Tokyo Skytree is getting hyped up for the 2020 Olympics.

 

3) Enjoying cherry blossoms in style at Chidorigafuchi.

 

2) Bird is the word.

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1) This stunning view at Fuji-Q Highland looks like a painting!

 

Don’t forget to tag your photo on Instagram with #GaijinPotTravel for a chance to be featured on our site! See you next month…