Admire the beauty of cherry blossom season at Myokenchikinrin Park, Japan
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Today I want to introduce you to a landmark located in Japan that I visited when I was an intern. Brings me great experiences with beautiful scenery, food culture, and people. The place I would like to introduce you to in today's article is the cherry blossom country of Oita Prefecture, Japan - Myokenchikinrin Park. Japan is also known as "the country of the sunrise - the land of cherry blossoms". Speaking of Japan, we often immediately think of Fuji mountains or parks full of cherry blossoms and other flowers.
I was fortunate enough to set foot in the land of Oita, a prefecture located in the south of Japan during a two-day trip with my friends. My place to visit is Myokenchikinrin Park, located at 3430-4 Nagasu, Usa, Oita 872-0001, Japan, with a very large and beautiful campus, I had the opportunity to visit this place and experience a lot. lots of fun and excitement.
Oita is a province located in the South of Japan that possesses a rich four-season natural landscape and cool air. You will probably be ecstatic about the natural beauty of this particular color scheme. Especially, in the spring, cherry blossoms bloom all over the streets, parks, schools, and temples.
Spring Oita starts in March and ends in May. At this time, there are many flowers that show off. In mid-March, canola flowers will show off their golden shade throughout the campsite resort. It is also home to the Golden Cabbage Festival from early March to mid-April in the province of Oita. The province of Oita does not have as many tourists as the others. Therefore, you will fully enjoy the peaceful scenery in the middle of flower paradise, slowly walking on the road shaded with flowers with many colors and fragrant scents.
Located in the south, Oita Prefecture is one of Japan's early cherry blossom seasons. Cherry blossoms in Oita will usually start to bloom from the end of March in many locations, the flower season lasts until mid-April. In particular, the famous cherry blossom viewing spots in Oita open to visitors to visit and see flowers all year round, not to mention Myokenchikinrin Park. Cherry blossoms are one of the favorite flowers of the Japanese people, not only because of the proud beauty of the flowers but also because of the inner seal of soul power, the strength of the Samurai. Cherry blossoms are the Chinese emblem of Japan. Every March, Japan enters the bright cherry season, attracting millions of tourists to visit.
Peach blossoms have long become a symbol of Japan not only because Japan is the country that grows the most peach blossoms but also because the meaning of peach blossoms is associated with the culture of the Phu Tang country. Flowers are present in all places in Japan from literary works, and poems, to costumes and people here. Flowers in Japan no longer have the same natural meaning as other plants. But Japanese peach blossoms also represent the entire cultural beauty of the Japanese. Flowers are the symbol of a new beginning. During the peach blossom season, the 1st of April each year is also the first day of the school year and the financial year in Japan. The beauty of peach blossoms denotes the purity and courage of the Japanese. In addition, the short flower life also reminds each Japanese to respect life, respect nature.
Myokenchikinrin Park has a huge Park Campus with a clear, green lake around which a lot of ancient cherry blossom trees are planted. In the season when the flowers bloom and shade the water, the flower lakes are extremely beautiful, in addition, there is a playground for children. People who come here often travel with their families, so it is very convenient for adults to enjoy flowers, as well as to entertain children. The time I visit the park is at the end of the season, so the cherry blossoms have taken off, but I still feel the beauty of this flower. Coming to the park, you will feel the peaceful, relaxing, poetic, and full of flowers, for those who love flowers, this is an ideal place to enjoy the beauty of these flowers as well as the beauty of Japan.
Japan is a beautiful country with enchanting landscapes and attracts tourists with 4 colors in a year. Spring with blooming cherry blossoms spread across parks and roads in Japan from the city to the countryside. Summer is the golden sunshine that floods the poetic space of the lavender gardens with thousands of sobs of violet. Autumn in Japan is “Momiji” (red leaf season) with maple leaves changing from yellow to red covering all areas with many bright colors.
Every season in Japan is a different beauty, and every season gives us the best views. Hopefully, this place will give you more suggestions when traveling in Oita province, Japan. And if you have a chance, come once to this “Sunrise” country to be able to admire the wonderful beauty of this land.
Thank you for reading and have a great day.