Admiring the blooming cherry trees will be held in Tbilisi Botanical Garden

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Read: 1539     13:30     01 Апрель 2023    

Tbilisi Botanical Garden due to the deterioration of the weather moved to April 8 and 9 to admire the cherry blossoms.

These days in the "Japanese corner" of the Botanical Garden will hold a traditional Japanese tea ceremony with the wife of the Japanese ambassador to Georgia, a master class in Japanese martial arts, a collection of bansai and the exhibition of works by young artists.

The organizers promise that here you will also be able to buy special Japanese tea, sushi and various Japanese delicacies.

April 8 and 9, from 12:00 to 18:00, "Japanese corner. Admission to the Botanical Garden: 4 GEL for adults, 1 GEL for pensioners and students, 50 tetri for schoolchildren, children under 6 years old are free.

Three years ago, the alley of 100 saplings brought from Japan was laid in Tbilisi Botanical Garden. The trees were donated to the capital by the Japanese Embassy.

For the Japanese, admiring the nature is part of the folk tradition and is called "hanami". At different times of the year, the inhabitants of the Land of the Rising Sun contemplate the blossoming of lilies of the valley, sunflowers, tulips. But first of all, hanami is associated with the blossoming of the cherry blossoms.

In Tbilisi, the Botanical Garden is closed at night, so you can only admire the cherry blossoms during the day. 

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Admiring the blooming cherry trees will be held in Tbilisi Botanical Garden

2023/04/1330-1680326417.jpg
Read: 1540     13:30     01 Апрель 2023    

Tbilisi Botanical Garden due to the deterioration of the weather moved to April 8 and 9 to admire the cherry blossoms.

These days in the "Japanese corner" of the Botanical Garden will hold a traditional Japanese tea ceremony with the wife of the Japanese ambassador to Georgia, a master class in Japanese martial arts, a collection of bansai and the exhibition of works by young artists.

The organizers promise that here you will also be able to buy special Japanese tea, sushi and various Japanese delicacies.

April 8 and 9, from 12:00 to 18:00, "Japanese corner. Admission to the Botanical Garden: 4 GEL for adults, 1 GEL for pensioners and students, 50 tetri for schoolchildren, children under 6 years old are free.

Three years ago, the alley of 100 saplings brought from Japan was laid in Tbilisi Botanical Garden. The trees were donated to the capital by the Japanese Embassy.

For the Japanese, admiring the nature is part of the folk tradition and is called "hanami". At different times of the year, the inhabitants of the Land of the Rising Sun contemplate the blossoming of lilies of the valley, sunflowers, tulips. But first of all, hanami is associated with the blossoming of the cherry blossoms.

In Tbilisi, the Botanical Garden is closed at night, so you can only admire the cherry blossoms during the day. 

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