Capture Tokyo: Blush Roses in Yoyogi Park

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Blush Roses in Yoyogi Park

It’s beginning to look a lot like….. Summer ☀︎! It’s been quite humid and hot in Tokyo these past  couple of weeks, and I can already feel the dreaded summer heat slowly beginning to creep in. Living in Hawaii the majority of my life, most people automatically assume I love and thrive hot weather, which is true to some extent; however, I must clarify that Hawaii heat and Japan heat are two completely different things. Summer in Hawaii is hot, yes, but Hawaii has trade winds to make the summer heat bearable, which are nice, cool, breezy, beautiful winds (I am so thankful for) that originate from the Northeast across the Pacific Ocean. Japan, however, lacks any sort of cool breeze in its humid summer. It’s like walking through sheets of warm, wet, soggy water, and when the wind blows, it’s equivalent to the burst of heat you get when opening an oven (August is the worst)! That being said, May/June are one of my favorite months in Japan, since it’s right in between the chilly, windy early-Spring weather and the blistering late-Summer heat. Perfect weather for picnics and barbecues! Plus all of the flowers are in bloom🌺  I took this picture a while back during a picnic in Yoyogi Park with one of my friends and his family. Although Yoyogi can be incredibly crowded on the weekends, its mini rose garden and lush greenery is a breath of fresh air in the city… and I might as well enjoy it before it gets too hot to go outside!

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