Yosakoi MatsuriHome of Yosakoi Matsuri, where 20,000 dancers perform and 1000,000 people watch.
Kitakami Tenshochi10,000 sakura trees blooming! Ride horse carriages and enjoy this popular spot in many different ways!
ChidorigafuchiOne of the prominent sakura spots in Tokyo, where you can see cherry blossoms while rowing a boat
Akagi Nanmen SenbonzakuraThe famous “tunnel of cherry blossoms” is so dense that it blocks the view of the sky. Next to it bloom 150,000 moss phlox.
Himeji CastleSpectacular World Heritage Site Himeji Castle amid pink sakura in full bloom.
Gion MatsuriOne of three biggest festivals in Japan, it is a seasonal summer festival that continued from 1,100 years ago.
Senko-ji ParkA remarkable view with an ocean and mountain view along with sakura.
Shonan Hiratsuka Tanabata MatsuriOne of the top three Tanabata festivals in the Kanto area. Glorious Tanbata decorations make this arguably the most beautiful in Japan.
Shinjuku Gyoen ParkFamous spot to see cherry blossoms in full bloom against the skyscrapers of Tokyo.
Okazaki ParkA park with 1000 cherry blossom trees which includes the castle that is the birthplace of Ieyasu Tokugawa, a feudal lord of the Sengoku period.
Inokashira ParkFamous spot to enjoy cherry blossoms with the family. Enjoy admiring cherry blossoms from a boat.
Aomori Nebuta MatsuriOne of the three major festivals in the Tohoku region. One of the most famous summer festivals in Japan that draws over three million visitors every year.
Hachinohe Sansha FestivalA large festival with extravagant floats that draws over one million visitors!
Showa Memorial ParkMust see! Relay of 31 kinds of sakura in collaboration with various other flowers.
Tenjin MatsuriA gorgeous festival that is counted as one of the three major festivals in Japan. The festival has over 1,000 years of history.