Thursday, 14 July 2016

The best Sakura in Japan? Tetsugaku no michi- The philosopher's path

The best Sakura in Japan?
Tetsugaku no michi, or the philosopher's path, has a reputation for having the most amazing Sakura, and oh boy, it deserves it. It is a path by a river, running from Ginkakuji to Nanzenji, and there are so. many. cherry trees. It's honestly so breathtaking. I took my family there for full bloom, and although it was crazy busy, it was so beautiful. It felt like walking in a dream, I honestly nearly cried. It was a pretty overcast day, but I think my pictures turned out ok! I'm gonna have to come back to Japan in cherry blossom season another year, it's officially worth the hype.


Sakura Kyoto

philosophers path cherry blossom

Tetsugaku no Michi

Sakura

Sakura Japan

Philosopher's path Japan


Sakura Japan

Tetsugaku no michi

Cherry blossom Kyoto

Sakura Philosophers path

Sakura Kyoto

Kyoto Philosophers path Sakura


Sakura Philosophers path

I took soo many pictures, so I'm going to do another post with the pictures from the last bit of the path and Nanzenji, which will be up Saturday so stay tuned <3
I miss spring so so much when I see these pictures! (summer in Japan is disgustingly- hot and sticky). What's your favourite season?
-Amy xoxo

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