March 2, 2010

Kameido Tenjin with Ume Blossoms










Last sunday, I visited Kameido Tenjin to viewing ume blossoms.
Kameido Tenjin is a shinto shrine located kameido, koto ward.
On that time, the shrine was gorgeous with many beautiful ume blossoms.

(Note)
These photos were taken on February 28, 2010.

10 comments:

you-wee because said...

Have you ever been to the Wisteria festival (Fuji Matsuri (藤まつり, ふじまつり) at Kameido Tenjin Shrine, Nobu-san?

We have Wisteria plants at one of the balkonies of our appartment house, too. The start flourishing somewhen between April and May.

http://you-wee-because.blogspot.com/2009/05/wisteria-lane-wisteria-balcony.html

Ume (= Japanese apricot) trees I don't think we have at Germany - perhaps somewhere in botanical gardens, I suppose.

Have a nice day,

Uwe.

nobu said...

Hello you-wee.
Yes, I have been to Wisteria festival in the shrine.
Wisteria in the shrine is very famous.

Malyss said...

So, spring already reached you!How marvelous!Those blossom trees give colors to the place, and I guess the air is plenty of sweet perfumes..Each of your pictures is like a lovely painting!

Claudia said...

Your photos are excellent!

Cezar and Léia said...

Nice too see blossoms still exist! :) They haven't bloomed here yet...
God bless you!
Cezar

Laurie said...

Wow, ume blossoms are so beautiful! I had heard that they were much smaller than sakura, so I was not expecting much. But they are truly lovely! Thank you for these photos!

VP said...

I see this a very nice period of the year there. Fine images of this beautiful shrine and of all these wonderful flowers.

Leica 麗香 said...

These photos are so incredibly beautiful. You have such a gifted eye for photography Nobu-san, and are surrounded by so much beauty everywhere. I wish you would publish a photo book of japan.

Hilda said...

Beautiful! I love how the blossoms colors range from white to pale pink to bright pink.

Gunn said...

Wow, that IS beautiful!

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