In Tokyo, where the weather has recovered, many cherry blossom viewers come to famous spots around the country to see the cherry blossoms in full bloom that were deposited due to the rain on the weekend, and enjoy cherry blossom viewing without restrictions for the first time in a long time.

Of these, Sumida Park in Sumida Ward is known as a famous cherry blossom spot with more than 1 cherry blossom trees, including Somei Yoshino cherry trees, along the Sumida River for 300 km, and many people enjoyed cherry blossom viewing while eating with family and friends in the lawn square.

A man in his 30s who came to see the cherry blossoms with his family said, "I came here thinking it was my last chance because it bloomed early.

A woman in her 5s who was cherry blossom viewing with five friends said, "I couldn't play outside while I was a student, so I thought it would be good to have fun laying out leisure sheets together."

On the other hand, bus tours around the famous cherry blossom spots around the Imperial Palace are also doing well.

Bus companies in Tokyo operate double-decker buses with no ceilings every 20 minutes at this time of the year, so that you can see the cherry blossoms up close.

On the 2th, all flights were almost full, and the number of participants was about 30.27 times higher than last year.

Inside the train, the participants enjoyed taking pictures of the cherry blossoms that could be seen up close while listening to the guide's guidance on famous spots.

Momuna Ito of the Hato Bus Public Relations Office said, "I think some people have been refraining from traveling due to the Corona disaster, so I'm glad that many people enjoyed it.

A woman who participated with a friend said, "It was raining continuously, so I made a shaved head, and it was fun to see the cherry blossoms up close."

A woman in her 1s who participated with her mother from Niigata said, "I'm glad I was able to show my mother the cherry blossoms in full bloom while introducing me to the place where I work.