Watashi wa sonohi ga kita koto o shinjiru koto ga dekinai. Watashi wa saishūtekini Nihon ni ikimasu! Sore wa soko ni iku tame ni...Itsumo watashinoyumedeshite.
Wareware wa sakura o oikakete iru ma, watashitachi no anzen o kigan shite kudasai.
The main reason why we are going to Japan!
Hanami (花見, literally "flower viewing") is the Japanese traditional custom of enjoying the beauty of flowers, especially cherry blossoms (桜 or 櫻 sakura). The practice of Hanami is more than a thousand years old, and is still very popular in Japan today. It takes place in the Spring, whereas the custom of Momijigari (紅葉狩り) is celebrated in the Autumn. The blossoms only last for a week or two, usually from March to April. They are followed by the media, and waited for by most of the Japanese people. Full bloom (満開 mankai) usually comes about one week after the opening of the first blossoms (開花 kaika). Another week later, the blooming peak is over and the blossoms are falling from the trees. -Wiki-