Life in Seika, Japan

Howdy there! My name is Kai and I am the Coordinator for International Relations in Seika Town, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. Hopefully by reading this blog you all will get a good picture of what life is like in Seika town, and all the great things that happen down here.

Monday, April 07, 2008

京都市でのお花見 Flower Viewing in Kyoto


そして、大阪城公園に行った翌日に伝統的な京都市でお花見をしに行きました。祗園で舞妓さんを見かけて、桜もきれいだったし、とても楽しかったです。丸山公園の桜も満開で、人がいっぱいでした。
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Then the day after I went to Osaka Castle Park I went to traditional Kyoto City to do some more flower viewing. In Gion I saw some Maiko, and the cherry blossoms there were also very beautiful. In Maruyama Park, the flowers were also in full bloom so there were a lot of people.
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1 Comments:

At 9:04 PM, Blogger Jennis Mortal said...

The national flower of Japan, and an indelible symbol for the Japanese is the cherry-blossom, or 'sakura,' which is indigenous to the Prunus serrulata, or 'ornamental cherry tree.' This should not be mistaken for the edible cherries that come from a separate species.

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