Hello. I'm Hiro from J-Hoppers Hiroshima.
If you're traveling in Japan, have you seen SAKURA(cherry blossoms) yet?
From late March-April is SAKURA season in Japan!
The cherry blossoms are one of my favorite flower, so I can't wait to go to Peace park and walk along an avenue lined with cherry blossoms!!
By the way, I've got hay fever...
If I forgot to take a medicine, I'll be in big trouble...runny noses, sneezing and blood shot eyes...
One day, I was wearing mask to cover my mouth and nose because my hay fever was so bad that day.
"Why do Japanese people wear mask??"
Well, I know that's weird...
Sorry for scared you, but don't worry!!! There's some reasons!
1.Because they got a cold.
→They don't want other people to get a cold from their cough and sneeze.
2.Because they don't want to get a cold.
→They're afraid of getting illness like flu.
3.Because they have hay fever like me.
If you feel like you're getting hay fever in japan, just go run to pharmacy and get a mask!
It may help you a lot!!!