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Travel Black Book: Tokyo’s changing colours

The different seasons in the Japanese capital bring with them different food and activities

Travel and Tokyo
Spring in Tokyo is the time for cherry blossom viewing parties, where people have picnics, view the blossoms and eat sakura-flavoured food like sakura mochi, tea and ice cream. PHOTO: AFP
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WHO: Ms Annabelle Kan, 26, an associate at a Japanese bank in Tokyo. The bachelorette moved to the Japanese capital in 2015.

Destination: Tokyo, Japan. I love the changing seasons and weather of Japan, and the different food and activities that come with each period. The changes make the passage of time very poignant.

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