Whether day or night, Japanese artist Kagaya knows just how to capture the beauty of the sakura.
This quick and easy technique for spotting a soon-to-fall blossom is surprising even the most ardent cherry blossom lovers in Japan.
It’s time to picnic under the trees and bask in the fleeting moment of beauty.
Enjoy a sakura party like an experienced local with these ten handy essentials.
For those of us unable to go see the cherry blossoms in person, how about a new style of flower-viewing… without the actual flowers?
Enjoy the best of the cherry blossom viewing season with this list of the top spots to see sakura around the country.
One of the most magical events of the season combines traditional bathing with the iconic blossoms of spring.
Kanda brew pub combines three of the best things in life.
One of Japan’s most delicious desserts inspires humorously fashionable headwear.
Japan Meteorological Agency makes the call one day earlier than anticipated.
This matcha and sakura cake collection has been specially designed for cherry blossom viewing parties.
Move over Starbucks – there’s another coffeehouse in Tokyo adding a dazzling range of cherry blossom treats to their menu.
Beautiful party supplies turn any party into a cherry blossom-viewing one.
The new luxury doughnuts are being billed as miniature cakes thanks to their creamy, delectable fillings.
While everyone loves the sakura, you shouldn’t overlook the sakuranbo.
These sakura-filled dewdrops are every bit as delicious as they are beautiful.
It’s time to look forward to a taste of Spring — with the “McFlurry Crunchy Sakura“!!
People around the country are sharing stunning photos of the early-blossoming sakura in full bloom.
The flowers won’t be opening from their buds for a few more weeks, but you can crack open a bottle of this special craft brew right now.
Not only is it cherry blossom-flavoured, it’s also the first time Starbucks has ever released a drink with crunchy Japanese rice cracker pieces.