In the language of flowers, cherry blossoms are said to be “pure,” and “don’t forget me. This is because the life span of cherry blossoms is short and fleeting.
Cherry blossoms are in full bloom about a week after blooming, and can be enjoyed for a week from there. In other words, the best time to see cherry blossoms is only 1 week.
I often hear stories of people who misjudged the best time to visit and were disappointed to see the cherry blossoms in leaf after taking a long-awaited vacation.
If you make a pinpoint plan, saying, “I want to see this cherry tree over there,” such disappointing experiences will inevitably occur.
Not only cherry blossoms, but also weather, plants and trees are natural. Every year, the temperature is different and the blooming season is different.
So this year, please come with a rough plan like “Let’s see the cherry blossoms in Kyoto!”
From mid to late March, starting with the cherry blossoms in Kyoto Gyoen and ending in Haradani-En, there are always cherry blossoms blooming somewhere in Kyoto that are at their best for about three weeks. It is true.
COMAPASS MAMA will show you where the cherry blossoms are beautiful today.
So, let’s make an appointment with COMPASS first ^^