Spring in Japan: Cherry Blossom Forecast 2024

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While March to April marks the peak of cherry blossom (Sakura in Japanese) season in most parts of Japan, Sakura can also be enjoyed as early as February in southern Japan, particularly in Okinawa Prefecture, and lasts up to May in the northern part of Hokkaido Prefecture. 

When one thinks of Japan, the image of cherry blossoms, or sakura, often comes to mind. Indeed, the springtime bloom of these delicate pink flowers is a celebrated event across the country. In Okinawa, cherry blossoms typically begin to bloom as early as February, heralding the arrival of spring in this subtropical paradise. While Okinawa’s sakura possess a unique charm against the backdrop of turquoise seas and lush greenery. Visitors to Okinawa during this time can enjoy a more tranquil experience, free from the crowds that inundate popular sakura viewing spots elsewhere.

In the northern regions, such as Hokkaido, cherry blossoms bloom later, typically in May, due to the cooler climate. However, Hokkaido offers its own enchanting floral displays, with fields of vibrant lavender and colorful tulips blanketing the landscape during the warmer months. For travelers seeking to experience Japan’s Sakura beauty without the crowds, here are the few quick links:

Okinawa – Cherry Blossom Spots
Hokkaido – See Them Bloom in 4 Hokkaido Spots
Tohoku – Cherry Blossom
Tochigi – Nikko Kaido Cherry Blossom Trail
Nara – Yoshino Cherry Blossoms
Hiroshima – Cherry Blossom viewing on Mt. Noro




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