This graphic shows the percentage of cherry blossoms in Tokyo that will come out and stay out and just be their pretty little selves over the next three weeks. See that middle bit? The peak? Those days in early April when the city will look like it's been dusted by the gods with pink confetti? Like a giant cotton candy machine exploded? On those days, we will be in Vietnam. Which is a great thing, amazing opportunity for all of us, blah blah blah, but, well, shit.
The website sakura.weathermap.jp shows what's happening with the blossoms and when across the whole country. Sigh.