The cherry blossom front is finally here！
The term, “cherry blossom front”, describes the forecasted blooming dates of cherry blossoms, mainly Someiyoshino (Prunus yedoensis), in various locations in Japan.It is a word coined by the media.
Japanese people look forward to the blooming of the cherry blossoms every year.
Cherry blossoms are a messenger that heralds the coming of spring！
In Ishikari, cherry blossoms bloom at the beginning of May every year.
Sadly, the most popular places for cherry blossom viewing are closed to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Luckily, we can see cherry blossoms around our neighborhood!