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Japanese Sakura, Iris, Plum Blossoms and Picturesque Sites
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2006-2024 Photographs by Nory Yamaguchi, Tokyo Japan

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Nory Yamaguchi is a professional photographer and Japanese History Chronicler

Read about "Sakura" Cherry Blossoms and "Viewing Parties" in Japan

   
2024 First Cherry Blossoms in Tokyo
2024 First Cherry Blossoms in Tokyo April 2024 blossoms appeared after slow start due to cold weather
   
April 2024 blossoms appeared after slow start due to cold weather April 2024 blossoms appeared after slow start due to cold weather
   
Plum Blossoms at Edo Castle, by Nory Yamaguchi, Tokyo Plum Blossoms at Edo Castle, by Nory Yamaguchi
2024 February. Plum Blossoms at Edo Castle, Tokyo, Japan 2024 February. Plum Blossoms at Edo Castle, Tokyo, Japan
   
Japanese Sakura by Nory Yamaguchi 2023 Japanese Sakura by Nory Yamaguchi, Tokyo, 2023
2023 March: Cherry Blossoms at Chidorigafuchi, Tokyo, Japan 2023 March: Cherry Blossoms at Chidorigafuchi, Tokyo, Japan
   
Japanese Sakura by Nory Yamaguchi, Tokyo 2023 Japanese Sakura by Nory Yamaguchi, Tokyo 2023
2023 March: Cherry Blossoms at Chidorigafuchi, Tokyo, Japan 2023 March: Cherry Blossoms at Chidorigafuchi, Tokyo, Japan
 
Sekijuku, famous stop along the Tokaido Road, photo by Nory Yamaguchi, Tokyo, Japan Old Ryokan in Sekijuku Japan, photo by Nory Yamaguchi, Tokyo, Japan
Sekijuku in Mie Prefecture, one of the famous stops on Tokaido Road to Kyoto Old Ryokan (Japanese hotel) in Sekijuki, Mie Prefecture
   
Iris are at their peak from roughly June 1 – 15. Here are two lovely photos taken by Nory Yamaguchi at Edo Castle, Imperial Palace, Tokyo.  
Iris viewing Imperial Palace Edo Castle Garden Tokyo Japan, photo by Nori Yamaguchi, Tokyo, Japan Iris viewing Imperial Palace Edo Castle Garden Tokyo Japan, photo by Nori Yamaguchi, Tokyo, Japan
 
JAPANESE SAKURA - CHERRY BLOSSOMG
Chidorigafuchi
(千鳥ヶ淵) is one of the most popular place to view "Sakura" cherry blossoms in Tokyo. Chidorigafuchi, moats and waterways, is northwest of
the Imperial Palace (the old Edo Castle). The best way to enjoy the Sakura is by boat, during the day or at night when the river is illuminated. When the petals fall, creating the illusion of a pink river. Other well-known locations in Tokyo for "hanami" (cherry blossom viewing), include Kagurazaka, Kanda River
   
Kaneiji Temple, Ueno Park, Tokyo, Japan Zoiyoji Temple Tokyo, Japan
Kaneiji Temple, Ueno Park, Tokyo, Japan Old Buddhist Statues, Zoiyiji Temple (usually not open to public)
   
Cherry blossoms at Chidorigafuchi Moat Tokyo Japan Chidorigafuchi, old cherry tree, photo by Nori Yamaguchi, Tokyo, Japan
Old Cherry Tree at Chidorigafuchi (千鳥ヶ淵) failing to bloom in the cold rain Old Cherry Tree at Chidorigafuchi (千鳥ヶ淵) motes and waterways in full bloom
   
Chidorigafuchi Cherry Blossoms Old Cherry Tree Chidorigafuchi moat
Old Cherry Tree Chidorigafuchi moat Old Cherry Tree Chidorigafuchi moat
Old Cherry Tree Chidorigafuchi moat Old Cherry Tree Chidorigafuchi moat
Boats on Chidorigafuchi moat Boats on Chidorigafuchi moat
Budokan, photo by Nori Yamaguchi, Tokyo, Japan Budokan, photo by Nori Yamaguchi, Tokyo, Japan
Budokan  
Sakura Kagurazaka Sakura - Cherry Blossoms at Yasukuni Shrine Tokyo
"Sakura in Kagurazaka Yasukuni Shrine,Tokyo Japan
   

Cherry blossims in Kagurazaka, photo by Nori Yamaguchi, Tokyo, Japan

Kitanomaru Kagurazaka
Cherry Blossoms by the Kanda River, photo by Nori Yamaguchi, Tokyo, Japan
Kanda River Kanda River
   
Cherry Blossoms, Shidare, Tokyo, Japan
Autuum in Okutama Shidare
   
Cherry blossoms, Kagurazaka, Tokyo, Japan Japanese Food is an Art
Kagurzaka Japanese Kaiseki Dinner - Foot is an Art in Japan
 
 

 

 
 

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