If you want to see beautiful cherry blossoms, then check the cherry blossom forecasts first.
Many institutions forecast blooming dates for various regions and you can get them on their websites. Usually cherry blossom becomes in full bloom about one week after the blooming date.
Kawazu sakura has large and deep pink petals, which is as popular as the most common variety someiyoshino that blooms a bit later.
Kawazu Sakura Tokyo’s 10 Best Cherry Blossom Viewing Spots Shinjuku Gyoen, Ueno Park, Chidorigafuchi, Yoyogi Park, Meiji-jingu Gaien, Megurogawa, Roppongi Hills Mohri Garden, Rikugien Garden, Hamarikyu Garden, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden Osaka’s 10 Best Cherry Blossom Viewing Spots Osaka Mint Bureau, Kema-Sakuranomiya Park, Osaka Castle Park, Satsukiyama Park, Expo Commemoration Park, Yamanakadani, Settsukyo Park, Motoibarakigawa Ryokuchi Park, Oizumi Ryokuchi Park, Ooiseki Park The cherry blossom blooming time varies each year.
Here are cherry blossom blooming dates forecasted by three major weather forecast institutions.