Cherry blossom forecast 2023: Get ready to greet ‘sakura’ season in Japan again

With Japan has reopened to international tourists, tourists can finally bask themselves in the full blooming glory of cherry blossoms (sakura) in Japan after 3 years. So you bet this year’s sakura season is going to be the most anticipated affair for many folks out there!

Want to see sakura during your trip? The Japan Meteorological Corporation (JMC) got you covered with a flowering forecast for sakura this year, predicting they will bloom first in the prefectures of Tokyo, Kochi, and Fukuoka, around 21 March.

Click below to find out more when they start flowering to their peak blooming in various cities throughout Japan. Happy sakura hunting!

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