Some of the decorative lanterns for the Sakura festival.
Sakuragaoka-cho is located close to Shibuya Station just on the other side of Route 246. I have lived and worked here for a number of years, and it feels like a second home, or maybe it is my first one now. Although, I now live in Shinagawa, my company still has an office in Sakuragaoka-cho, just in behind the Cerulean Tower (Google Japan office).
At the moment, the Cherry Blossoms are out and Sakuragaoka-cho is living up to its name ^_^.
A little bit of Sakura to be seen in Sakuragaka-cho. Nice against a dark background rather.
The annual festival for Sakuragaoka-cho is coming up and the pink signs are all out.
This is a beautiful hill that has a great set of Sakura trees. At night time it lights are shone at the trees for yozakura.
Meanwhile, back at Shibuya Station,
I am sure there are plenty of fans for these guys.
The weather is picking up and plenty of people are out in Shibuya waiting to meet friends.
Tsutaya, now a well known landmark building in front of Shibuya Statiion.