Posted by: hideki
Guess what we heard yesterday?
Yesterday, cherry trees in Tokyo first bloomed.
Usually cherry trees, or "SAKURA" in Japanese, fully blossom about a week after they start to bloom.
A tour company Japan Gray Line is having ‘Cherry Blossom Walking Tour In Tokyo’
Why don't you stay at SAKURA HOTEL IKEBUKURO and take the tour?
That would be a perfect plan in this season.
Japan is the land of SAKURA.
The life of SAKURA is very short … once cherry blossoms are in full bloom, they usually only last for about a week before all the petals fall to the ground.
It is sad to know the fact that SAKURA is short-lived, but I see virtue in the fleetingness of life.
Posted by: hideki (March 29, 2011 4:21 AM)