Sakura season in Tokyo isn’t quite yet finished — at least the season for tasting it isn’t!
Not every pink flower in Japan is a cherry blossom.
Spruce up your spaghetti, sakura-style.
Even the drones are getting in on the cherry blossom viewing this year.
Because when your ad contains the line “It’s like cherry blossom comes out of your ass hole!” you know it’s going to be a game-changer.
Even when their brief time comes to a close, the cherry blossoms continue to be breathtakingly beautiful.
Famous bakeries from London and New York create limited edition cherry blossom cupcakes just for Japan.
Whether you’re a diehard anime fan or couldn’t care less about otaku culture, you owe it to yourself to try this new treat in Akihabara.
Tokyo’s still a week or two away from cherry blossom season? Not if you’ve got a body suit, some fake flowers, and a whole lot of craziness.
Lindt blends its signature chocolate flavour with sakura and pairs it with a delicious macaron for the cherry blossom-viewing season.
It turns out that Cherry blossom Pepsi tastes as lovely as it looks.
The creator of the world-famous cronut celebrates spring with a delicious sakura-topped cherry blossom edition.
A unique treat that combines traditional sakura mochi with western cake is set to seriously tempt your taste buds this spring!
Because there’s no better way to welcome spring than with a sweet serving of sakura and matcha.
Now you can enjoy hanami cherry blossom views at any time of day.
The pink-coloured items are a beautiful way to spruce up the menu for spring.
Bravo, Japan! Bravo!
Forget seasonal sweets and drinks. In Japan, even pots and tableware get a sakura makeover in the spring, and the results are gorgeous!
How can these cherry blossom blessings be so delicious yet cost barely more than a buck?