At this place, it’s so-called “Wat-Nam-Sai” (Stands for : A temple with clear water) for many Thai people. It’s also a perfect spot where I could shot the magnificent Fuji-san at its sunset. It was truly spectacular. The time when I’d arrived there, the Sakura was just about to present herself to the world. It would be extremely more fascinating if I capture her at this spot one week later, when her beauty would magically skyrocket at her peak.
I confessed that during my latest trip in Japan on April 2017, few chances that I’d come to see Sakura at her very peak, only little in Osaka, as the weather this year was so cold making her quite a bit shy to come out.
I will come to Oshino Hakkai again on the right time.