Cherry Blossom Season Has Started in Japan And the Photos Are Breathtaking
Cherry blossom season has officially started in
Cherry blossom has been growing near the Chidorigafuchi Moat in Tokyo, where the blossom is in full bloom.
As the bright-hued petals are only at their best for a few weeks, these blooms are said to represent both the fragility and the beauty of life.
A bridge over the Meguro River in Tokyo provides the perfect viewing spot.
The petals on the trees lining the river have a paler hue.
The blossom in Tokyo arrived a few days earlier than usual this year in the last week of March.
People have been enjoying boat rides at the Chidorigafuchi Moat.
Thousands of visitors have been taking in the spectacle.
Pink lanterns contrast with the white blossoms.
The trees along the Meguro River are lit up at night.
A cherry blossom tree sits beside the five-story pagoda at the Sensoji Temple at Asakusa in Tokyo.
In Tokyo's Shinjuku Gyoen Park, the blossom has a bright pink hue.
The pink trees can be seen under the impressive Tokyo Skytree.
The beautiful trees are also being celebrated in China. They look stunning against the backdrop of the Jiming Temple in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province.
A reported 10 thousand units of cherry blossom bloomed on 20 March in
Guian, Guizhou Province.
An aerial view of the colorful landscape in southwest Guizhou Province.
*This article originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com
*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors