These pictures of cherry blossom are typical of spring in Fukushima
People who live here or visit look forward to this time of year.
Fukushima draws people from outside the prefecture, and even international tourists come to enjoy our cherry blossoms.
Hanamiyama, literally, Flower-Viewing Mountain
Takizakura in Miharu Town
Takizakura (literally, Waterfall Cherry Tree) in Miharu Town
These pictures ware taken by Dr.Lyamzina near FMU.
Of course it is not only cherry blossoms, but also, narcissuses that let us know spring is here by showing us their bright yellow color along streets, in the mountains, and everywhere.
It’s not so cold in Fukushima these days.
Yellow flowers make us notice that spring is just around the corner.
However, Azuma-kofuji, a small version of Mt. Fuji in Fukushima, still has a snow-capped peak.
Swans enjoy a restful winter in our Matsukawa River, but now they are getting ready say farewell to us.
They will fly north soon.
Fukushima Dialogue was held on Feb 10-11 in Minami-Soma.
Details are available at the “ETHOS IN FUKUSHIMA” website.
Proceedings of the 30th Prefectural Oversight Committee Meeting for Fukushima Health Management Survey was released.