Dni 15 a 16 / Days 15 and 16 – Dozvuky hanami / Last signs of hanami

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EN: And yes, once again hanami – I wanted to see as many iconic nature parks as possible, while the hanami season was on. There are plenty of reccomendations on Internet about which parts of Japan/Tokio are most suitable for sakura tree viewings, I personally enjoyed the atmosphere and mood in one of the oldest hanami places in Tokyo – the Asukayama park. The park itself is quite far from the most popular tourist areas, but it is definitely worth it, if you want to see the falling sakura flowers. I did some videos on my phone, which can give you a rough idea how it looks like when all this stuff is happening, this is the first one, the second on and the third one.

SK: Ako som už spomenul, hanami v Tokiu sa pomaly ale isto blíži ku koncu, áno, na tých fotkách sú často lístky z kvetov sakury, ktoré postupne opadajú. V parkoch je to naozaj unikátna atmosféra, ľudia a hlavne malé deti majú z husto padajúcich kvetov veľkú radosť, fotí si to každý, kto má k dispozícii nejaký typ fotoaparátu a to má v dnešnej dobe už snáď naozaj skoro každý. Skvelá atmosféra v parku Asukayama, ktorý patrí medzi najstaršie Hanami miesta v Tokiu, pekne to vyzeralo aj v univerzitnej botanickej záhrade, ktorá samozrejme patrí University of Tokyo. Obrázky nižšie hovoria za seba…Neskôr som spravil aj trojicu videí, aby ste si vedeli predstaviť, ako taká atmosféra vyzerá, odkazy sú v závere textu v angličtine pár riadkov nižšie.

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