#AtoZChallenge Japan in April


A-Z Blog Challenge Topic: Japan In April

April is often considered the best time to visit Japan because the cherry blossoms, or Sakura, are in full bloom in most regions of the country and the weather is pleasantly mild. 5 years ago, this week, I was fortunate enough to take a visit with my husband. We visited to two different cities, Tokyo & Kyoto, during our week there. Our visit was quite an adventure and I wanted to share some of the best pictures from our adventure in Tokyo.

Description: Cherry Blossom or Sakura viewing along the Sumida River

Description: Animated illustrated of stars and constellations on ceiling of walkway between the street entrance and the subway station.

Description: Umbrella holders in front of an office building during a raining April morning.

Description: A busy afternoon at the Sensōji Temple.

Description: A raining night at the Tokyo Big Sight Convention Center.

Description: Sign inside the Observation Deck Tokyo Tower showing the direction of Mount Fuji.

Description: Sign in Hibiya showing directions to the Library and Public Hall.

Description: Just a few vending machines line the streets of Tokyo.

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About Patty Hammond

I am a self proclaimed fangirl who is disguised as a mild mannered data analyst for an advertising firm. You can find me on Twitter as @pattybones2

One response to “#AtoZChallenge Japan in April”

  1. rinellegrey says :

    I went to Japan a few years ago (more than five, LOL). Didn’t get to see the blossoms, but it was an amazing place, so different to what I know.

    Rinelle Grey

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