Hanami (花見 – flower, see) is a Japanese tradition where people enjoys contemplating flowers. People goes wherever there are blossomed trees and do picnics below them. The most important hanami season happens when the cherry trees blossom (Sakura), it happened here in Tokyo two weeks ago and it’s finished by now. This year we had an splendid weather and I had the chance to visit many places with beautiful sakura in Tokyo. Here are some pictures I took in Asakusa, Shinjuku Gyoen, Yoyogi, Naka-Meguro and Meiji Jingu.
This is the queue to enter Shinjuku-gyoen.