Premature hanami but no complaints

April 3, 2009 by: Clement Nyirenda

Last Saturday, I went to the Ookayama Campus of Tokyo Institute of Technology for hanami, a Japanese traditional custom of enjoying the beauty of flowers, with my lab mates and professors. Even though the flowers were not yet in full bloom, I enjoyed the day. Here are some of the photos:

Ookayama Campus, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Ookayama Campus, Tokyo Institute of Technology



Ookayama Campus directions

Ookayama Campus directions



Ookayama Train Staion

Ookayama Train Station



Ookayama Station, Meguro and Oimachi line

Ookayama Station, Meguro and Oimachi line



Ookayama Station, Meguro and Oimachi line

Ookayama Station, Meguro and Oimachi line



Ookayama Campus of Tokyo Tech

Ookayama Campus of Tokyo Tech



Standing with friends at Ookayama campus of Tokyo Tech

Chatting with friends at Ookayama campus of Tokyo Tech



Ohanami 2009

Ohanami 2009



Standing with Hizatsuki and Kataoka

Chatting with Hizatsuki and Kataoka



Ohanami 2009

Ohanami 2009



Not yet full bloom

Not yet full bloom



Better!

Better!

Even better!

Good times



With professors

With the professors



With Petar, a final year Bulgarian PhD student

With Petar, a final year Bulgarian PhD student



After walking around, its time for eating at my professors house

After walking around, its time for eating at my professor's house



Aisu kurimu!

Aisu kurimu!



A lot of food!

A lot of food!

Comments

3 Responses to “Premature hanami but no complaints”
  1. chomora MIKEKA says:

    すごいですね!

  2. gregor says:

    Hanami and Christmas are the best times of year in Tokyo
    http://www.japansugoi.com/wordpress/hanami-party-in-springtime-japan/

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