If you’re in Kawazu, a town in Eastern Japan that welcomes Spring a little sooner thanks to its 8000 cherry blossom trees. Normally, sakura (Japanese for cherry blossoms) bloom in late March or early April, but Kawazu is home to a unique kind of cherry blossoms.
And they put on a show for the millions of people eager to jumpstart their Spring. Additionally, visitors to Kawazu may ride a little engine train on a voyage through aromatic smells and a thousand colors of pink. At night, floodlights illuminate the trees, and their reflections decorate the Izu peninsula’s seas
#1 Spring has come early in Kawazu, a tiny hamlet in eastern Japan just outside of Tokyo.
#2 Sakura, or cherry blossoms in Japanese, bloom in late March to early April.
#3 Kawazu’s trees are part of a rare type that blooms earlier than others, usually in February.
#4 Every year, Indeed millions of people visit to take in the beautiful, lovely scenery.
#5 Kawazu lies on the Izu Peninsula, about 2 hours from Tokyo station by rail.
#6 Passengers have taken on a voyage through aromatic scents and gradient colors of pink by a tiny engine train.
#7 Around the area, Japanese white-eye birds may be seen sipping the delicious nectar of cherry trees.
#8 In Japan, cherry blossoms are very symbolic and culturally significant.
#9 They symbolize the fleeting beauty of life, the acceptance of karma, and the inevitable death.
#10 The trees are lighted at night, and Moreover, their reflections dance along the Izu peninsula’s seas.
#11 Kochi, a city on India’s south coast, is also expecting an early bloom this year.
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