Coto’s Spring 春 photo contest entries!
Coto’s Spring 春 photo contest entries!
Submitted by Tunimaal, With the sakuras surrounding you, the light breeze that brushes past your face as you row the river, what a beautiful image of spring!
Submitted by Alex Guevara. Golden Gai has long been a staple of nightlife in Japan, have you been to Golden Gai?
Submitted by Joseph Holler. The flower beds at Hitsujiyama Park looks absolutely gorgeous!
Submitted by George. The beautiful cityscape of Kofu
Submitted by Julie Noyli. Sakuras on both sides of the riverbed as your boat travels down the river. Spring is beautiful in Japan.
Submitted by Cho JiSuk. The world famous Kiyomizudera and the girls don their kimonos while at the temple under a sakura tree.
Submitted by Niaya Harper. Have you experience a traditional boat ride in Japan? Well you can in Kawagoe. We love how the sakura petals are just floating down!
Submitted by Douglas Mennella. The majesty and tranquility of the Imperial Palace
Submitted by Gininalarjani. A beautiful shot of Hitsujiyama Park!
Submitted by Sally Hutchinson. A beautiful shot for a walkway in Yanaka. The sakuras are so aplenty they block out the sun!
Submitted by Mikey Cheah. This waterfall is one of Japan’s most beautiful waterfall! The majestic look of the waterfall keeps us in awe all the time!
Submitted by Alison Lee. The flowers were beautiful at Nezu Jinja’s Tsutsuji Matsuri!
Submitted by Nicolas Nothum. As night falls, the sakuras reflect the street lamps to create a mystical red glow!
Submitted by Yulia Shumakova. A nicely taken shot of Ms Yulia among the fully bloomed Sakuras!
Submitted by Sandy Fang Hui. The 侘寂ness in the beauty of sakura.
Submitted by ObjectifJapon. The fully bloomed sakuras block out the sunrays, leaving those below cooling and refreshed.
Submitted by Gwen Anderson. The last of the sakura….Gwen was especially inspired by the beauty that lies in the decay of nature
19. 皇居東御苑/ Imperial Palace Higashi Goen
Submitted by Kelvin Yu. The tranquility of the Imperial Palace moat lined with Sakura trees.
20. 足利公園/Ashikaga Park
Submitted by Simone Amaro. The drapes of differing shades of purple with flower petals spilled all over the ground.
21. 紀伊半島/Kii Peninsula
Submitted by Sophie Gaussiran-Racine. The giant trees tower over the forest and block out the sunlight, leaving the track a cooling and enjoyable journey
Submitted by Lewin Low. A heart in spring signifying eternal love
23. 築地市場/Tsukiji Market
Submitted by Nicholas Fheng. Sashimi anyone?
24. 奈良公園/ Nara Park
Submitted by Michelle Lau. The deers roam free at Nara Park leading to Todaiji and if you’re lucky, you”ll get to see a baby deer!
25. 日立海浜公園/ Hitachi Seaside Park
Submitted by Daniel Orenes. This is a really good spot just 5 minutes away from the famous Sensoji for people to do their morning exercise.
Submitted by Koh Shao Wei. A bundle of spring.
28. 富士山/Mt Fuji
Submitted by Daryl Jackson. A locomotive heading for Japan’s highest peak.
Submitted by Srinivas Mysore. The sakura fragrance also signifies the arrival of Springtime in Japan
Submitted by Fabrice Mongkhoune. While Children’s Day is celebrated in alot of countries, it is often interesting to see the different approaches of the same festival.
31. 名古屋空港/Nagoya Airport
Submitted by Nunskienunn. A walkway into the sunset
Submitted by Lin. A maze of greenery, a perfect way to be lost.
Submitted by Rica Largo. A lone Sakura
34. 東京タワー/Tokyo Tower
Submitted by Maria Teresa. A fusion of Tokyo and Edo, new and eternal.
35. 明治神宮御苑/Meiji Jingu Gyoen
Submitted by Siegmund Jeff Goddard. It’s almost as if she walked into a fairytale.
Submitted by Sema Sema. The evergreen stands beyond generations.
Submitted by Tokyo Trip Blog. Omishima in Shikoku is a beautiful island that you can get away to from the hectic city life of major cities. To see a different side of Japan.
Submitted by Frida. Even taking a walk in the park yield such a beautiful image.
39. 国立長崎原爆死没者追悼平和祈念館/Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall
Submitted by Bouyou Sombrero. The colours of Kyushu highlight a desire of peace and tranquility
Submitted by Virginie Decoupigny. Experience a different side of Japan and its traditional arts when you travel beyond the metropolitan landscape and into the countryside.
Submitted by Hendarmin Tanoko. The two standards of spring in Japan. A visit to a beautiful temple and taking the sights is a must during the spring break in Japan.
Submitted Benjamin Hung. With the warm air and beautiful flowers, it is of no wonder that spring is a great time to visit Japan
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