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From geisha dances to carp kites to celebrating Earth Day in Yoyogi Park, there are many things to do in Japan in April! Read this article for a couple of great ideas.
Here's a noteworthy list of interesting things to do in Japan in March. Fire torch festival, amazing traditional doll displays, spring skiing, cherry blossoms, and spring foods. Japan in March has a lot of unique things to offer!
The popular spring beverages are back at Starbucks Japan. From February 15th to March 14th, 2018, get the Sakura Strawberry Pink Mochi Frappuccino, Sakura Strawberry Pink Milk Latte, and Sakura Strawberry Pink Tea.
Spring in Japan attracts many tourists around the world mainly for hanami (cherry blossoms viewing). Japan also celebrates a few big events during the month of March. March is also an interesting month where the weather is undergoing a change from winter to spring. Here's a list of what you can do throughout March while your stay in Japan.
One of Tokyo's most interesting traditional festival has to be the Sanja Matsuri. It is held annually in May on the grounds of the Sensoji Temple. You'll see beautiful ornated floats, geishas, and even shirtless yakuzas!
Hanami, which is cherry blossom viewing, is an event you cannot miss if you are staying in Japan in Spring! Not just only in Tokyo but there are so many places where you can enjoy the blooming of cherry blossoms. But in order to enjoy your hanami 100%, there are a few items and directions which you need to prepare and follow.
This park has wisteria trees and "tunnels" of unearthly beauty when the flowers are in full bloom (pictures in this article!). Illuminations and other flowers are also a thing to see all year-round!