We love “Hanami” in Japan. What is “Hanami”? Hanami is watching cherry blossoms. That’s all? you say. However, this is a Japanese traditional event in spring.
We have a severe winter in Northern Japan. We feel spring by, hearing the sound of melting water that runs down the river and by watching beautiful cherry blossoms, as they bloom.
Everything starts in spring in Japan. School and companies welcome new students and employees in spring. This means the start of the new year.
My family and I visited Meguro in Tokyo to watch cherry blossoms, which represent the short, beautiful and fleeting nature of life.
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