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2015/04/06

Sakura Report 2015 - Selection of Best Sakura Blossoms in the First Half of Sakura Season (13 Photos)

"First half of Sakura season"

When you read this phrase, what do you imagine?

Perhaps many of you might think that the Sakura season is just one period, which cannot be divided. This is mainly because Sakura is only available from the end of March to the very beginning of April in Tokyo. How can a short period of one week or so be divided into two parts with special meanings?

But there is one precondition behind such an idea. We are all talk about the Sakura in our own towns. Tokyo residents imagine Sakura in Tokyo. There are few people saying that we can enjoy Sakura in the south during the midst of February and in the north during the midst of May. However, there is a certain number of people saying so. To my surprise, it amounts to three months.

I'm not yet such a radical person enjoying Sakura for the whole three months. But I would like to say that we can enjoy Sakura at least until the end of April only by going to Okutama region.

My message is that we can move from the center of Tokyo and enjoy Sakura in the second half of Sakura season, again. We can enjoy Sakura in the center of Tokyo in the first half, and out of the center of Tokyo in the second half.

 

So, what is this post?

This post is a selection of my best Sakura blossoms in the first half of Sakura season in 2015. I would like to reflect on the first half to improve my photography skill, and of course, I would also like to share the world of Sakura blossoms of Japan to you.

Please enjoy!

 

1. Sakura Blossoms Dominate the Foot of Tokyo Metropolitan Tower

Sakura and Tokyo Metropolitan Tower Portrait

Sakura Report 2015 - Sakura Season Has Now Started in Shinjuku Central Park!

 

2. Sakura in the Backlight

Best Shot of Sakura at Tamagawadai Park

Sakura Report 2015 - I'm Deeply Moved by the Effect of Extender at Tamagawadai Park, but I Now Want Telephoto Macro Lens...

 

3. Full of Happiness

Canola Flowers and Sakura Trees at Roka Koushun-en Park

Sakura Report 2015 - Ranked Top in My Wanna-See-Again Sakura Spots Last Year, Roka Koushun-en Park was Beautiful This Year, Too!

 

4. Challenge to Wide-angle Lens

Big Sakura Tree at Kibougaokachu Park

Sakura Report 2015 - Best Kept Secret Park in Sakura Season - Kibougaokachu Park

 

5. About to Bloom

Blooming Sakura Blossoms at Todoroki Fudouson Temple

Sakura Report 2015 - Sakura at Todoroki Fudouson Temple were So Pretty that I Tried Shooting Despite the Possible Rain

 

6. Lovely Fresh Green

Sakura Blossoms of Kokeshimizu at Mitsuike Park

Sakura Report 2015 - Mitsuike Park, A Treasure Box of Rare Sakura Blossoms

 

7. Genuine White Color

Sakura Shirotae at Mitsuike Park

Sakura Report 2015 - Mitsuike Park, A Treasure Box of Rare Sakura Blossoms

 

8. Sakura Carpet

Sakura over Pond at Mitsuike Park

Sakura Report 2015 - Mitsuike Park, A Treasure Box of Rare Sakura Blossoms

 

9. Tunnel of Sakura

Tunnel of Sakura Blossoms along Megro River

Sakura Report 2015 - Astonishing Volume of Sakura Blossoms at Meguro River

 

10. Fairytale-like Sense

Fairytale-like Sakura Blossoms from Megro River

Sakura Report 2015 - Astonishing Volume of Sakura Blossoms at Meguro River

 

11. Roof of Sakura

Sakura Tunnel along Tama River

Sakura Report 2015 - White Blossoms Fills the Spring of Tama River

 

12. Arrival of Spring

Canola Flowers, Japanese Wild Radish and Sakura Tree along Tama River

Sakura Report 2015 - White Blossoms Fills the Spring of Tama River

 

13. Three Kinds of White

Japanese Wild Radish and Sakura Blossomsa along Tama River

Sakura Report 2015 - White Blossoms Fills the Spring of Tama River

 

Thanks for enjoying my photos! If you are interested in specific shooting locations, please click the link above and check my past post. Now, please look forward to the second half of Sakura season!

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Takumi Nasuno. Tanagura Supporters' Ambassador (Official supporter of Tanagura Town of Fukushima Prefecture). A man who recommends TRIPLESSO just as he likes. A multi-language blogger for mainly nature photography. Currently I'm off from my main job (knowledge management and data analytics) and devoting myself to childcare for my newborn baby for half a year.
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