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A Japanese Spring Essay

996 words - 4 pages

The views that can be experienced in Japan can vary from beautiful corner roman shops to the majestic Mount Fuji. Japan can be considered one of the most beautiful countries in the world, due to its unique architecture and ancient cultural traditions. The spring time is especially special because of the sublime cherry blossoms that cover the landscapes. The spring is a very joyous and exciting time of the year for the Japanese people; many Japanese national holidays during the months of April and May attract an abundance of tourists who are amazed by the dazzling festivals and parties. These festivals last for days and include a variety of different performances and food venders. There are ...view middle of the document...

Mount Fuji is nearly 4,000 meters high and is located on Honshu Island. The peak itself is enough to fascinate the most contemptuous of us. The snow on the peak is so white and angelic, that it appears heavenly. Not many skylines can be compared to the beauty of the Japanese one in this image.
The superb view of Tokyo’s suburbs and the cherry blossoms doesn’t fall too short of the marvelous skyline. Tokyo is the capital of Japan, and is the most renowned city in the country. This famous city is located about sixty miles from Mount Fuji, but Fuji is so enormous that it appears that Tokyo’s suburbs and nearby residential areas lie at the base of the mountain. All the colors of the rainbow can be found in the city. The sounds echoing from the city are so immense that they can be heard miles away. The blush colored flowers are named cherry blossoms, also known as Sakura. The blooming cherry blossoms have a very intense rose like aroma that is appreciated by all. The cherry blossom trees are among the Prunus genus and measure anywhere from twenty to forty feet in height. The Sakura flowers have a very lovely coral color that ranges anywhere from white to bright pink. The forest at the base of Mount Fuji is named the Suicide Forest or Sea of Trees. This forest has a grassy green color that reminds people of emeralds and their lush glow. The forest is super dense and is absent nearly any wildlife, there are so many trees and foliage that seeing a mere ten meters ahead is a challenge. The mess of trees and greenery is extremely ominous; the absence of any wildlife or visitors makes the forest awfully silent. The mixture of urban city and dismal forest only adds to the exclusive view of Japan in the spring.
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