But luckily, we still found a couple of sakura trees which were still in full bloom.
When we arrived most of the cherry blossom flowers were already starting to fade away. Being easily blown away by the wind, having petals on your head was a typical sight. Although watching sakura rain on a chilly afternoon was quite lovely actually.
Tokyo Disney Sea
Bucketlist: To visit every Disneyland in the world - 4/6.
And even at twenty four, this place never fails to make me happy.
Shinjuku Gyoen Park
So far, this was probably the most beautiful park I’ve been to. Everything was well taken cared of, from the trees, to the flowers, to the ponds. Although we didn’t manage to go around the entire place because it was huge and we were all hungry for tempura. Haha! But here you’ll find the best cherry blossom trees in the city. (Yes, I know I am obsessed! I can’t help it if they’re so prettyyy!)
It has always been a dream of mine to see the beautiful cherry blossom trees in Japan, and finally it came true! ♥
Out and about
The best way to learn about a city is to explore it by foot. Because you get to observe how life goes around in their place, try what locals do (hello subway & street food), and most of all you get to snap random photos along the way!
Eating our way through Tokyo!
One of the things I always look forward whenever I travel: GOOD FOOD.