Originally published in March 2017, here’s another look at our neighborhood in Yokohama. C&C ^.^
Remembering back to our time living in Japan in the late 1970s. We lived in a small area of southern Yokohama near Sankei-en (gardens). The Naka Ward was home to a large US Navy family housing area and the ever popular Navy Exchange and Commissary. Avenue D, pictured below, was the main highway from Yokohama to the Navy base at Yokosuka. In our part of the housing area, these Sakura (below) had been planted as a joint project with the military families and the local community. After the long and dreary winter we looked forward to the blossoms and warmth that signaled Spring.
Sakura along Avenue D in the Naka Ward. Base housing to the left.
Sankei-en in Spring. A short bicycle ride from our home so we visited often.
Carol spending her 100 yen wisely on a visit to Sankei-en.
More views in Sankei-en.
Photography blossoms in the Spring.
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