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Tour Report -April No.3-/ツアーレポート4月No.3

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This will be the last tour report because the cherry blossom season is over and I will continuously bring my guests to the mostly same places as you may notice it.
It would be great if you have enjoyed traveling with me.

April 13 Tokyo Metropolis

Azalea@Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden/躑躅@新宿御苑

April 16 Osaka Prefecture

Umeda Sky Building/梅田スカイビル

April 17 Osaka Prefecture

Cherry Blossom at Japan Mint is mostly over./大阪造幣局の桜

April 20 Hiroshima Prefecture

Atomic bomb dome@World Cultural Heritage Site/原爆ドーム

April 22 Kanagawa Prefecture

The Hakone Open-Air Museum/箱根彫刻の森美術館

April 25 Tochigi Prefecture

Great Wisteria in Ashikaga Flower Park/あしかがフラワーパークの大藤
White Wisteria/白藤
It’s 160 years old./樹齢160年

【Translation for language learners of either English or Japanese】/英語・日本語学習者向け翻訳 えいご ・  にほんごがくしゅうしゃむ  ほんやく




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  1. AvatarAnonymous says:

    how do you take care of the trees? are they immortal?

    • MikiMiki says:

      Thank you for your message!
      These trees seem to live more than hundreds of years as long as they are taken care of better like trimming properly and giving fertilizer. That’s why we might say they are immortal.
      However, cherry blossom trees are easy to decay after trimming, so proper timing is required.