I have visited Tanagura Town more and more times. While I go around many shooting spots like the Site of Tanagura Castle, Akadate Park, Yamamoto Fudouson Temple, the Weeping Sakura tree of Hanazono, and many other temples and shrines, I can't get one thing out of my head.
"Why is there no one in Akadate Park at night?"
I cannot understand why Akadate Park doesn't invite people at night even though it is rich in nature and is located on the hill to offer a nice view of the whole town.
In April, the Sakura blossoms bloom a bit later here than in the Site of Tanagura Castle and Hanazono. Even if the Sakura blossoms have not yet bloomed here, Mitsumata is blooming in front of the nightscape of Tanagura Town.
Once you walk down the stairs, yellow Narcissus under the lanterns welcome you with this wonderful atmosphere. Akadate Park always welcome you with any flowers and blossoms, and is often illuminated at night. I reckon that this park should be more popular.
Hmm... is it because of bad transpiration...?
3 Sakura Spots to Enjoy along Hakuho Line to Tanagura Town with Sakura blossoms - Nanko Shrine, Shirakawa East Industrial Park, and Banzawa
Third challenge in 2018 to the Weeping Sakura Tree of Hanazono at Tanagura Town went beyond my imagination
Thanks for using my photo of the Weeping Sakura Tree of Hanazono for appealing Tanagura Town in 2018 through Newspaper and Street Advertizements!
Review of Sakura trees of Tanagura Town with my photography to welcome the Sakura season this year
Summary of how my photos of Tanagura Town have been used (As of March 2018)
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. I'm engaged in knowledge management and data analytics in the field of marketing and information technology industry. Currently I'm struggling to take a good balance of working and parenting after half-a-year childcare leave.