Japanese Cherry Blossom Wallpapers
Japan's cherry blossoms are iconic and each Spring, they really don't disappoint.
I've been lucky to take photos of them through my years in Tokyo and Fukuoka, so I made them into wallpapers. Feel free to use them.
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There's a different side of Kyoto that goes beyond the temples and shrines, and they are worth experiencing.
Good at any time of year, Kyoto is best known for its temples and shrines. Here are some to definitely see.
Known for being Japan's capital of comedy, Osaka is an outgoing, lively, party city.
A cultural day-trip from Kyoto and Osaka, Nara is full of history and... deer.
Fukuoka city is Kyushu's biggest, and rated as amongst the best places to live in the world.
I lived in one of Fukuoka's secret cherry blossom spots.
A weekend at the famous onsen hot spring area, right outside of Tokyo.
A little Europe-inspired town at the northern tip of Kyushu.
A day trip to relax at a power spot.
Delicious kurobuta pork at its capital in south Kyushu.
A short getaway to Kyushu's famous onsen city.
Spending a night in Oita's quaint little onsen town.
Left out of itineraries a bit too often, Hiroshima is one of the more overlooked cities in Japan.
Two trips to Sapporo for the Snow Festival and a little snowboarding trip to Niseko didn't disappoint.
A couple of days to taste Nagoya, one of Japan's biggest cities and home to an iconic castle.
Japan's cherry blossoms really don't disappoint. Here are some wallpapers of them.
Exploring Hamamatsu, Shizuoka - one of Japan's unagi capitals - for a day.
A few days in Okinawa spent roaming Zamami and Aka Islands, then Naha.