It is most profitable travelling to 𝕁𝔸ℙ𝔸ℕ in ℕ𝕆𝕍𝔼𝕄𝔹𝔼ℝ Not only because you'll be able to see mesmerising colours of changing leaves but also few 𝕊𝔸𝕂𝕌ℝ𝔸 trees in 🌸𝔹𝕃𝕆𝕊𝕊𝕆𝕄🌸 This photo was taken by me in Dake onsen, Fukushima on 10th of November🤗 However, I have also seen few cherry trees in blossom in Tokyo and Ise, Kyoto and Nagoya!

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Atėnė Strazdas DrozdaitėInterior designer/Survivor/Thinker/Forever learning/ Enthusiast
Mai Arioka Could you help me explain this phenomenon?🌸
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Mai AriokaEngineer, Electric Appliances
Yes! 😌There are cherry blossoms that bloom in autumn to winter. These include "冬桜(winter cherry blossoms)" and "十月桜(October cherry blossoms)". These bloom twice a year, from autumn to winter and spring. 🌸To be honest, I haven't know I could see them there because Dake onsen is one of the famous cherry blossom in spring. (Although I lived in Ibaraki prefecture next to Fukushima prefecture😅). The cherry blossoms that bloom in winter are famous mainly in eastern Japan, but we can also see them in Kyoto. For most Japanese, simply speaking of "Sakura" most of them refer to the representative species of modern cherry blossoms "染井吉野/ソメイヨシノ(Somei-yoshino)". They bloom from the southern region from the end of March. Along with the red leaves, the autumn cherry blossoms with white and pink flowers are truly spectacular. Atėnė, thank you for sharing about Japan.😊
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Atėnė Strazdas DrozdaitėInterior designer/Survivor/Thinker/Forever learning/ Enthusiast
Thank you Mai Arioka!! It was completely mind blowing to see Winter cherry blossoms!🌸❄🌸❄🌸❄
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Hey Jurgis, sounds like an awesome experience! Maybe you have your route set in google maps or somewhere else and could share it?
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