Women are reflected in a window as they view cherry blossom trees in full bloom on Meguro River, on April 1, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan.
Cherry trees in full bloom during the government hosted cherry blossom viewing party at Shinjuku Gyoen park in Tokyo, Japan.
Tokyo Tower is seen surrounded by cherry blossoms in full bloom at Zojoji Temple in Tokyo, Japan.
Boats are seen under blooming cherry blossom trees at Chidorigafuchi in Tokyo, Japan. The Cherry blossom season begins in Okinawa in January and moves north through February peaking in Kyoto and Tokyo at the end of March and lasting just over a week.
Ladies pose for portraits under the cherry blossom trees at Ueno park on April 1, 2016 in Tokyo, Japan. During cherry blossom season thousands of people gather across Japan to practice ‘Hanami,’ picnicking under a blooming Sakura tree to enjoy food and drinks.
South Koreans walk beneath lit cherry blossoms at the Youido blossom festival near the national assembly at night in Seoul, South Korea. Cherry blossoms are in full-bloom at mid-April in South Korea.
South Koreans walk beneath cherry blossoms at the Youido blossom festival near the national assembly in Seoul, South Korea.
Couples posing for a photograph at the Youido blossom festival near the national assembly, in Seoul, South Korea.
South Koreans walk beneath lit cherry blossoms at the Youido blossom festival near the national assembly at night in Seoul, South Korea.
With the Washington Monument in the background, the cherry blossoms are in full bloom along the Tidal Basin in Washington, DC. Occasional rain and gray skies does not deter crowds from visiting the blossoms at their peak.
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