“It's a very light plink... it's almost like a whitish color.” — Vivian
Through April and early May, Japan experiences cherry blossom season. This is an event that the entire country anticipates, with tons of cherry-blossom-themed items for sale and celebrations. We discuss what we think about the season and how it compares to the rest of Japan's weather.
In this episode, we cover:
What a cherry blossom season actually looks like
How it is different living here versus visiting during spring
Our ranking of the best seasons to come to Japan
The long awaited Huel mid-roll ad
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This is the second part of a longer discussion of observing Japanese culture through our experienced eyes as well as the first-time mindset of a lot of our visitors.
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Gaiety in the Golden Age by Aaron Kenny
City Night Lights by Bad Snacks
Delightful Life by JekK