Yoyogi Park is one of the famous parks in Tokyo (which is open to public, coz some have entrance fees) located few minutes away from JR Harajuku Station.
The park is around 130 acres so there's a lot of space here for picnics, jogging, etc.
Among the hundreds of trees in the park, there were about 7 cherry blossom trees in full bloom. Lucky, lucky, eh? ;) Here's an example of a Hanami AKA cherry blossom viewing. Japanese people celebrate by having a picnic party with family and friends in different parks all over Japan.
I don't know about you but the moment I saw the trees, super chillax nung feeling ko.
I literally couldn't stop staring. Ang ganda nila! Bakit wala tayo nito sa Pilipinas?!
Sorry I just had to do this pose. HAHAHA. Peace yo!
Look, even mga locals hindi maka get over kahit yearly na nila na e-experience ang sakura season. :)
Since sakura season, naglabasan din ang different sakura flavored food and drinks just like this latte from Starbucks. :) Kalasa niya ang Baileys but of course without the alcohol. Sarap siya actually!
If you plan to visit Japan ng spring, make sure you book in advanced. My friends got their roundtrip tickets for less than ₱8,000! I heard may mga cheaper pa nga than that! And of course for additional tipid use Airbnb! Very recommended yan! Sign up here to get additional 25% discount from me! ;)