Looking for Spring in Tokyo.

Spring is coming to a corner of Tokyo. Going to the neighboring park to look for spring.

Traditional Japanese Garden

Traditional Japanese Garden

Red and white plum blossoms

Red and white plum trees.

Japanese love plum blossoms because the plum-tree is the first tree to blossom.

White and red plum blossoms.

Red and white plum blossoms.

Pea green little bird (mejiro) and plum blossoms

Pea green little bird (mejiro) and plum blossoms

This bird is Japanese white-eye (Zosterops japonicus), also known as the mejiro. This little bird come to blossoms and suck the nectar.

Red Plum Blossoms

Red Plum Blossoms

Camellia Blossoms in the Garden.

Camellia Blossoms in the Garden.

Camellia Japonica is one of the best known species of the genus Camellia. Sometimes it’s called the Rose of Winter.

Next, in the garden of the seminary.

Japan Biblical Theological Seminary

Japan Biblical Theological Seminary

Flowers from the churchyard.

Flowers from the churchyard.

In Public Park

Maiden Hill City Park in Sinjuku Ward Tokyo

Maiden Hill City Park in Sinjuku Ward Tokyo

Flowers in the park.

Flowers in the park.

Wild Little Birds in the Park

Wild Little Birds in the Park

It was warm like Indian summer until yesterday. But it is very cold today, feeling sorry for little birds.

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