Last year, hubby & I enjoyed the hanami at night which is called yozakura (literally: "night sakura"). We've spent a nice time of our yozakura at Nishi Koen (*read: Santapan di Taman Nishi pada malam hari*). As for this year, we decided to join other Malaysians in enjoying the hanami at Reisen Koen.
In hanami parties, people have fun, drinking, eating, and singing during the day or night. It is like a picnic under sakura trees. Usually, people bring food, do BBQ, or buy food from vendors for hanami parties.
As usual, we Malaysians prepared our own food and eat it together at the park. I prepared donut kawaai + nasi goreng sardin + keropok for the hanami. There are lots of other foods such as nasi beriani, sup ayam, puding roti and etc *tak ingat dah*.
*muncung sebab perut lapar* (pic credit: Paan)
*dah boleh gelak sebab perut dah di isi eheh* (pic credit: Paan)
We arrives a little bit late to the place as we went to the airport first to fetch a new Malaysian family that has just arrived on that day. We headed straight to the park from the airport and enjoy the hanami with the rest of the Malaysian in Fukuoka.
*with Aimi & Altaf yang baru sampai dari Malaysia*
We had a great time of chit-chatting as well as mengumpat2 pasal makcik global ekekeke. The park was also fulled with hundreds of Japanese people that were also enjoying their food under the sakura tree.
*tengah mengumpat 'makcik global' * (read: Yatie Chomeyl dah jadi Yatie Tak GLOBAL)
The kids were having a nice time also as they were free to run and play around the park. Baby SN was really astonished by the lovely and magnificent view of the flowers in the park. He had even made several attempt to crumple the flowers and put it in his mouth huhuhu.
# info from : wikipedia, japan guide, gojapan
p/s: untuk gambar2 lain yang lebih chomeyl leh jenguk kat blog Syamim
Psssssttt : minggu ni pulak bunga2 sakura dah start berguguran, cantik jugak bila kelopak2 bunganya berterbangan