The Fukuoka Regional Meteorological Observatory announced on the morning of the 18th that cherry blossoms had blossomed in Fukuoka. The flowering announcement is 1 day later than last year and 4 days earlier than normal.

At the Fukuoka Regional Meteorological Observatory in Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City, after 18 a.m. on the 9th, it was confirmed that more than five flowers were blooming on the specimen tree of the Somei Yoshino cherry, which is a guideline for flowering.

For this reason, the Japan Meteorological Observatory announced that "cherry blossoms have blossomed in Fukuoka."

The flowering announcement is 5 day later than last year and 1 days earlier than normal.

Takashi Kobuchi, Chief Technical Specialist of the Observation Division of the Fukuoka Regional Meteorological Observatory, said, "Until yesterday, it was four wheels, but after one night, the flowers opened a lot, so they bloomed."

According to the meteorological observatory, it is expected to be in full bloom in about 4 week to 4 days.

At Maizuru Park in Chuo Ward, Fukuoka City, which is known as a famous place for cherry blossoms, several cherry blossoms were in bloom in some places, and people could be seen stopping to look at it and take pictures.

A man who was visiting the park with his 9-year-old son said, "I feel that spring has finally arrived, and I hope that Corona has calmed down and that you can enjoy cherry blossom viewing in a different way than last year."