Japan’s cherry blossoms captured on Google Street View

 

Japan’s Springtime cherry blossom season, or Sakura as it is known, is world famous.  And it’s just become even more famous thanks to Google Street View. In Japan, the cherry blossom has arrived early this year, but Google were still quick off the mark and have covered 50 of these iconic cherry blossom landscapes,  including the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ninnaji in Kyoto.  To see them for yourself, click on this link.

Cherry blossom

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