Naturally since my niece Jasmine was born at around the same time as Prince George, and further because she is the cutest thing ever...
...I expect them to marry. Perhaps they will honeymoon in Tokyo in April. Then they will truly make the title of this blogpost true and not just a long winded way of saying this is the garden of the Prince Sakura Tower Hotel. If you are in Tokyo then the garden is free to visit, although to be honest there are much better ones. I was just in the vicinity and it is open on Mondays, which is when I went.
I know I have already gushed about this in a previous post, but the masses of flowers are very beautiful and just ridiculously japanese.
This garden also boasted the largest Koi I've ever seen.
Random woman's hand included for scale.
As if two blossom visits were not enough, yesterday I went to the gardens at Tokyo National Museum which are only open to the public for a few weeks during the blossoming. The Museum happens to be opposite Ueno Park which is another blossomtastic venue and I took many pictures, which you can expect to see here in coming days.
Before I forget, registration for this swap closes in a few days.