Read before you go: Here are the official notices from park authorities regarding cherry blossom activities at the respective venues.
Out of all the amazing things to do in Tokyo, cherry blossom viewing ranks at the top of the list, even though it's famously unpredictable from year to year. While cherry blossoms usually bloom as early as mid-March in the southwestern parts of Japan, places north of Tokyo can celebrate their floral spectacle until April or even May.
So if you'd like to see some cherry blossoms outside Tokyo, or if you're just eager for more pink skylines to fill your Instagram feed, there are plenty of opportunities to view the blooming beauties even after they've come and gone in Tokyo.
Note: the dates in this feature may change depending on weather conditions. See the latest flowering forecast here.
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