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Kawazu Cherry Blossom Festival: Enjoy Early-Blooming Sakura in February Near Tokyo

Pinggiran Shizuoka Tamasya Musim Semi

Enjoy the enchanting world of Kawazu-zakura, the early-blooming cherry blossoms near Tokyo! Before the cherry blossom season arrives in full, these delicate flowers grace the landscape with their vibrant hues, signaling the arrival of spring in Japan. In this article, we will take you on a journey to discover the beauty of Kawazu and provide you with all the information you need to plan your visit.

Best Things to Do in Tokyo in February 2024: Events and Festivals – Setsubun, Plum Blossoms & More

Asakusa Pertunjukan

February features events like Setsubun rituals, plum festivals, and strawberry fairs, signaling spring's arrival. This article highlights the best of these events in and around Tokyo, perfect for your visit in February. Enjoy activities like bean gathering at Setsubun, accessible even to tourists in Japan! (Main image: PIXTA)

Learn the Art of Flower Arrangement at Ohara School of Ikebana

Harajuku Seni Tradisional Lainnya

Ikebana, flower arrangement, is one of Japan’s most treasured art forms, a time-honored tradition that continues to be relevant even in today’s modern society. Beautifully arranged flowers and plants have permeated Japanese culture in a way that is seldom found in others. The Ohara School of Ikebana has played a major part in keeping the tradition alive, through its many schools in Japan, as well as its 59 chapters abroad, with over 300,000 members worldwide. The beauty of the Ohara School is not only in its floral arrangements, but its ability to share the culture of ikebana with the world. I visited the Ohara Center of Tokyo to try an ikebana class to learn more about this traditional art form.

5 Cara untuk Menikmati Ropponggi Hills

Roppongi Kebun

Ropponggi Hills merupakan tempat yang penuh dengan restoran mewah, kafe, ataupun toko-toko yang unik. Selain berbelanja ataupun wisata kuliner, di sana juga terdapat banyak tempat lain yang wajib dikunjungi seperti taman untuk menikmati suasana alam, hotel mewah, dan sebagainya.

Sejenak Menyegarkan Diri di Todoroki Keikoku yang Asri

Jiyugaoka Sungai, Danau, & Jurang

Todoroki Keikoku (Lembah Todoroki), yang berada dekat kota yakni Futako-Tamagawa dan Jiyugaoka, adalah satu-satunya lembah di daerah 23 distrik Tokyo. Tempat langka yang dikelilingi alam dan tidak seperti pusat kota ini dijamin memberi pengalaman unik dalam perjalanan di Jepang.

10 Best Hotels in Hakone: From Boutique to Luxury & Mt. Fuji Views

Hakone / Odawara Hotel

Japan beckons explorers to its electric cities, promising an array of experiences in the Land of the Rising Sun. After marveling at Tokyo's neon billboards, scarfing down bowls of ramen, and dropping yen on gachapon, you may wonder - what's more to see? Almost instantly, mental postcards of the majestic Mt. Fuji come to mind. And what better location for this change of scenery than the tranquil haven of Hakone? Brimming with unspoiled nature, Hakone invites you to its lush forests and crystalline lakes, guiding you on a pilgrimage to unveil the best Mt. Fuji viewing spots. And, after a full day of exploration, your aching bones will seek solace in one of the 10 jaw-droppingly beautiful hotels in Hakone. We have vetted this list of Hakone stays while focusing on proximity to sights, top-notch amenities, stellar views, and of course — signature Japanese hospitality, But first, let's understand the region's orientation. (Main image: Fufu Hakone via Booking.com)

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  • Akihabara
  • Asakusa
  • Ginza
  • Harajuku
  • Ikebukuro
  • Roppongi
  • Shibuya
  • Shinjuku
  • Stasiun Tokyo
  • Tsukiji
  • Ueno

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