6 Things to Do During Japan’s Cherry Blossom Season
Thai travellers increasingly experiencing cherry blossom season in a unique way by exploring off-the-beaten-path neighborhoods in Tokyo and by immersing themselves in sakura-themed Experiences in Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka.
The upcoming Cherry Blossom season (March – May) is one of the year’s highlights and has helped to make Japan a firm favourite and one of the most popular global outbound destinations for Thai travelers today.
Explore Yanaka and Kuramae town, a.k.a. the “Brooklyn of Tokyo,” while riding on “tokyobike”.
Explore the old and new sides of Tokyo on a bike as you cycle past small artisan workshops still in operation and factories that now house coffee shops and a chocolate factory.
See Yanaka from the eyes of a local while you stroll through a shopping street, looking at kitchen knives and sampling sweets like karinto and manju from traditional Japanese shops.
Get lost in narrow labyrinthian streets, arrive at an old wall made of tiles and make a final stop
at Yanaka Cemetery for a prime cherry blossom viewing opportunity.
Learn about the history of wagashi (Japanese sweets)
from the owner of a renowned wagashi shop.
Complete the Experience with organic Japanese tea.
Increase your Instagram followers and get more likes and comments by
making instagramable cherry blossom maki sushi rolls.
Impress your friends back home with culinary skills of
making cherry blossom Japanese sweets.