George here. It looks like Japan is starting to open up a little bit. I hope we will all be able to travel real soon. Stay safe.
It is the beginning of the Hydrangea Season here in Japan.
It starts from about nor and lasts until the end of July. The Japanese name for Hydrangea is Aisai.
Here are the best places to check them out.
A great way to spend the days in the rainy season.
They say it is best to see them with the rain on the petals.
You can take ride on the Enoden in Kamakura and check out the Hydrangeas along the tracks.
See you in another week.
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