Apr 11, 2012


SAKURA is the Japanese name of Cherry blossoms.

For us, Japanese, SAKURA is special. In Japan, school year ends on March and Starts on April.

So, when SAKURA blossoms, it means good bye, it means hello.

When I was a college student, SAKURA welcomed me in front of my school. It was so beautiful.

The photo above is the SAKURA of Shinjuku- gyoen, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan.

The entrance fee is 200yen. Shinjyuku -gyoen closes at 4pm.

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