evening

A visit to Tokyo in late March or early April isn’t complete without a hanami (flower-viewing) session to see Japan’s iconic cherry blossoms or sakura. If you can’t get enough of these tiny, delicate blossoms in the daytime, they’re just as lovely at night. During cherry blossom season, many parks and gardens—and even some neighborhoods—light up their cherry trees from sundown. The illuminated flowers, which give off an ethereal glow, are called yozakura—cherry blossoms at night.

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