Ever wondered photographing cherry blossoms in the spring season? Have you ever wondered how they would look like? Your dreams of filming one would come right when you visit the Japanese town of Kawazu. It is located just outside the bustling city of Tokyo. It is popular for 8000 cherry blossom trees that bloom every year.
In this context, you should note that the blooms known as Sakura in Japanese are favourite. In February and March, these blossoms are at their fullest bloom and are popular for igniting the spirit of romanticism in the hearts of travellers. It is amazing to note that cherry blossoms are highly symbolic. On the other side, they also have cultural significance to the people of Japan.
If you capture this surreal landscape from the lens of your camera, you would be rewarded with a truckload of memories. These cherry blossoms are also quite popular in Japanese art and are also popular for their rich, vibrant hues.
Via: Kawazu Tourism | boredpanda
credits: Kyodo News
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Image credits: Saya