Ume Blossom in Snow

Snow storm hit Tokyo metropolitan area on last Saturday.  I concerned about what Ume blossom in Omiya 2nd Park is like.  Various colored Ume blossom, in red, white and light green are already in season, however, some branches are broken because of heavy wet snow.   Ume Festival will be held from February 22nd to March 9th.


Location of Ume Blossom (Omiya 2nd Park)

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