The Season of Sakura

Sakura, or Cherry Blossoms, is one of the many iconic symbols of Japan. The pink and white colour, the pure and vibrant petals, they radiate vitality from the lively branches. Luckily, if you are in Vancouver, you don’t have to travel all the way to Japan just to see sakura, there are so many places to visit and adore sakura in the beautiful city of Vancouver.

UBC Lower Mall (Photo by Gord McKenna)


Stanley Park (Photo by Michael Russell)

Cherry tree blossoms along the South Creek Trail in Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

West 22nd Street (Photo by Vincent C.Y.)


Queen Elizabeth Park (Photo by Chun@Beijing)


Granville Island (Photo by JakeinVan)


And many more…




Unfortunately, Sakuras don’t linger here for too long. They bloom for about 2 weeks, and they start to sleep until next spring. Luckily, recently Vancouver’s weather has been moving towards the sunny side, with only 1 or 2 rainy days per week. So grab your cameras, your families and friends, pick a cherry-blossomed location, and create sakura moments of your own!

Oh, and don’t forget to grab a few pieces of DK Pearla to embellish your arts. For example, Bouquet brooch. 

Bouquet (Low in stock)

Our Ariel Earrings, which blends so well with sakura.

Ariel (Low in stock)

Our Fairytale gift set – indulge yourself in the sea of fairytale sakuras.


Get the most out of the season of sakura with DK Pearla.