I went there with my boss and colleagues of company today. This is a first time to get out with, I've needed to arrange every thing for Hanami: bento-boxes, drinks, snacks, and taking a better place.
Sakura has started to fall down for a week, but about 70% are still blooming up there. Many university students, many Gaijin, many couples and families are there, and everybody's enjoying Hanami picnic on their own way.
It's still beautiful, and I guess that it's kinda best timing for Hanami. Falling-down-Sakura seems like a snowing, and it brings us some feelings. It's hard to describe, but it's something like ending with beauty. I saw Sakura in Canada as well, but it was so different. Canadian one was powerful, and seemed like not ending forever with full of energy. It's not my type. I prefer the Japanese one.
Bento-Box. It won't be missed! This time, I couldn't have enough time for booking bento-boxes, so I've bought them at Keio Department Store. There were many kinds of bento-box actually, and I found that choosing bento-box from various yummy-looking candidates is kinda another way to enjoy Hanami.
Next year I will do prepare the fancy bento-boxes by booking at Ginza or somethin' beforehand.