Cherry Blossom Time at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre

Visiting gardens and parks that have cherry trees is a popular thing in Toronto and, during cherry blossom time, normally in the month of April, people enjoy their ephemeral beauty. These photographs were taken in April while visiting the grounds of the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre.

Even the parking lot has cherry trees so you can just stay in your car and enjoy them! 

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6 Responses to Cherry Blossom Time at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre

  1. Kathie B says:

    Spring is my favorite time of year, and flowering trees are part of the reason! These are lovely. Obrigada, Emanuel.

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  2. Ilda says:

    Hi Emanuel, a great alternative to High Park to see the cherry blossoms! Great photos, as usual.

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  3. Gorgeous trees in a beautiful setting. Thanks for sharing your walk!

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  4. Alex Antunes says:

    Como são lindas essas cerejeiras japonesas! 🙂
    Obrigado por partilhar.

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