Wednesday, 11 April 2012


For a few weeks every spring, the pinks and whites of sakura (cherry blossoms) bloom across Japan. These hold ancient and enduring cultural significance for people in this country, who over the last few days have started gathering in astronomical numbers to partake in hanami (flower-viewing).

These photos were taken in Kitanomaru and Yoyogi Park, in places saturated with impassable oceans of people.

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