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  • 🌸Enjoy a Perfect Picnic Among Sakura🌸 .

The end of March marked the beginning of 2019 Sakura season in Tokyo and citizens are getting ready for hanami🌸(sakura viewing parties). Tourists also want to experience hanami but some don't know the proper etiquette, as media outlets are reporting on their bad behavior😳
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So, let’s talk about the Do's and Don'ts of viewing Cherry Blossoms😏
. ❌DON’T TOUCH THE TREES 
In recent years, the numbers of tourists to Japan have been dramatically increasing. However, not all of the visitors understand the rules of the country. Japanese news broadcasts have reported on the foreigners climbing sakura trees for the perfect photo and eventually breaking some of them because the trees are quite fragile🤦🏼‍♀️
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Also, avoid shaking the trees to make the petals fall, yes it’s beautiful, but ruins the already short hanami season for others☹️Furthermore, besides their fragility, cherry trees are susceptible to bacteria from humans🦠🥺
. ❌DON’T BE TRASHY
Japanese people are known around the world for keeping their country clean, even during outdoor gatherings, where it's sometimes hard to find bins😂 Probably some people feel that having no bins around might mean throwing your trash anywhere you please. This attitude is definitely not acceptable in Japan😏 So collect all your trash and throw it away when we find a bin!✌🏼
. ❌DON’T TAKE UP SPACE
Since hanami is a very popular activity, it might be hard to get a space to sit if you come late - that’s why arrive early to save the spot for yourself and your friends😄and take only as much space as you need for your group!
. ❌DON’T GO OVERBOARD
Of course it's fine to drink (it's basically a Japanese tradition to drink with friends and family, relaxing under the flowers), but please control yourself😊 Also, be aware of the noise your group is generating🌸
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#katewigkeit_japan #桜満開 #河津桜 #花見 #sakura🌸
  • 🌸Enjoy a Perfect Picnic Among Sakura🌸 .

    The end of March marked the beginning of 2019 Sakura season in Tokyo and citizens are getting ready for hanami🌸(sakura viewing parties). Tourists also want to experience hanami but some don't know the proper etiquette, as media outlets are reporting on their bad behavior😳
    .

    So, let’s talk about the Do's and Don'ts of viewing Cherry Blossoms😏
    . ❌DON’T TOUCH THE TREES
    In recent years, the numbers of tourists to Japan have been dramatically increasing. However, not all of the visitors understand the rules of the country. Japanese news broadcasts have reported on the foreigners climbing sakura trees for the perfect photo and eventually breaking some of them because the trees are quite fragile🤦🏼‍♀️
    .

    Also, avoid shaking the trees to make the petals fall, yes it’s beautiful, but ruins the already short hanami season for others☹️Furthermore, besides their fragility, cherry trees are susceptible to bacteria from humans🦠🥺
    . ❌DON’T BE TRASHY
    Japanese people are known around the world for keeping their country clean, even during outdoor gatherings, where it's sometimes hard to find bins😂 Probably some people feel that having no bins around might mean throwing your trash anywhere you please. This attitude is definitely not acceptable in Japan😏 So collect all your trash and throw it away when we find a bin!✌🏼
    . ❌DON’T TAKE UP SPACE
    Since hanami is a very popular activity, it might be hard to get a space to sit if you come late - that’s why arrive early to save the spot for yourself and your friends😄and take only as much space as you need for your group!
    . ❌DON’T GO OVERBOARD
    Of course it's fine to drink (it's basically a Japanese tradition to drink with friends and family, relaxing under the flowers), but please control yourself😊 Also, be aware of the noise your group is generating🌸
    .

    #katewigkeit_japan #桜満開 #河津桜 #花見 #sakura 🌸
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  • 😋 The best kind of weekend treats!📍 This waffle cone deliciousness can be found in Osaka at 'Asian Rad Afters' in Kyomachibori. Photo by @nonstopeats #VisitJapanAU
  • 😋 The best kind of weekend treats!📍 This waffle cone deliciousness can be found in Osaka at 'Asian Rad Afters' in Kyomachibori. Photo by @nonstopeats #VisitJapanAU
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  • We went to some places around Mt. Fuji to take a look current appearance of cherry blossoms in advance. Today's weather is perfect to see Mt.Fuji🗻✨There are not cherry blossoms in the place of this photo, but this spot is now popular for photo shooting. We just wanted to see this location. 今日は桜の下見を兼ねて富士山の周りを回りました。今日の天気は雲がなく最高でした✨この写真の場所は桜とは関係ないですが、今富士山スポットとしてとても人気なので行ってみました。富士山の迫力がすごい😲
inspried by @rkrkrk
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#mtfuji#fujisan#mountfuji#fuji#japan#yamanashi#visitjapan#retro#富士山#絶景#山梨#富士吉田市#レトロ#후지산#일본여행#ท่องเที่ยว#ภูเขาไฟฟูจิ
  • We went to some places around Mt. Fuji to take a look current appearance of cherry blossoms in advance. Today's weather is perfect to see Mt.Fuji🗻✨There are not cherry blossoms in the place of this photo, but this spot is now popular for photo shooting. We just wanted to see this location. 今日は桜の下見を兼ねて富士山の周りを回りました。今日の天気は雲がなく最高でした✨この写真の場所は桜とは関係ないですが、今富士山スポットとしてとても人気なので行ってみました。富士山の迫力がすごい😲
    inspried by @rkrkrk
    @instagram
    #mtfuji #fujisan #mountfuji #fuji #japan #yamanashi #visitjapan #retro #富士山 #絶景 #山梨 #富士吉田市 #レトロ #후지산 #일본여행 #ท ่องเที่ยว #ภ ูเขาไฟฟูจิ
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having a destination in mind;
it is discovering a place in your
heart you’ve never been before.
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  • Travel is more than
    having a destination in mind;
    it is discovering a place in your
    heart you’ve never been before.
    -
    ❤️What is your favorite place on Earth?❤️
    🦋
    Thanks for this beautiful photo! 💃🏻
    Photo credit @sharonyws 💕
    -
    Tag us or use our hashtag #womentravel to be featured on our page!
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