There are over 100 types of cherry trees found in Japan. And just like any other popular iconic Japanese symbol you see a lot on postcards or anime at least one type will be planted in the area. Featuring bright-colored blossoms, they look stunning during spring time when they bloom brightly. In autumn they turn into yellows or shades of red or orange before falling to give way to winter snow. But what many don’t know is that these kinds of trees can’t grow at all outside Japan’s borders – turning them an unlikely site to see these vibrant blossoms in Tokyo during winter months.
We decided to share with you some of the amazing Cherimal photos shared by Cristina Muñoz.