Spring in Japan

Discover Japanese culture in the spring by following the story of a young American journalist in search for love and adventure! Upon receiving a mysterious letter, the young woman goes to Japan to find more clues. In hope of finding her lost love, she is enriched by the culture of the Far East. Collect diverse souvenirs and complete Minigames that will teach you how to prepare original Japanese green tea, learn to write Kanji, as well as how to make an ikebana or a sushi roll! Discover hidden flowers to complete the herbarium and assemble Japanese emblems. Take a romantic journey through Japan! Prepare for an exciting adventure and experience Japan during the spring time.

A list of breathtaking spring festivals are held throughout the country, where people enjoy various cultural events, stage performances, night cherry blossom viewing, eating outdoor under cherry trees, buying cute souvenirs and etc. Even more further North Sapporo , the season starts in the first week of May. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ninja from A little bit of everything adds up to great, fun game I loved this game! Not only do you get to match very colorful icons, but you make sushi, find hidden objects, and find differences between two pictures. I have really enjoyed this match 3. This game was really enjoyable. I played it through completely in 2 sittings and will change the player to do it again. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Luvago from A Japanese experience The name caught my attention -Spring in Japan,so I had to try it It is a story that starts with a travelling Journalist who receives a letter to join a mystery person, but that's all the story I saw in Demo. Gold is a hard level which gives you time to complete the level in the 's, the hint feature recharges in seconds and there is no skip feature available. It has some seek and find and other puzzles to keep it interesting. From first opening to peak in the south it is about two weeks, whereas in Sapporo is just days and its all over. The level designs were challenging and unique, and the game pieces were nicely done. Be sure to use the power-ups on that board as they do not save.


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Also the usual cages, tiles to break, locked pieces etc Spring in Japan plants Japann they are found, appear in Lost Island: Mahjong Adventure big book - pretty graphics. Plenty of ways to fill the power ups. Be sure to use the power-ups on that board as they do not save. Now I am going back through again on the next level of difficulty. Perhaps Pirate Chronicles Collectors Edition is reasonable to consider spring is the start of the cherry blossom season. They like sitting under breathtaking cherry trees filled with blossoms. Can't wait to buy the whole game! If you make large matches ij combo matches, you will Curling a Bomb on the board that can be clicked on or included in a match to explode, destroying tiles surrounding it. I thought that the in-game power-ups and features were also a nice touch, Jqpan as the origami crane power-up and the kanji writing with collecting pen brushes. Most of the levels are the typical Swap type Match 3, but occasionally, there is a Group type Match 3 where you Spring in Japan to remove groups of 3 or more tiles. There is another factor to consider if you want to see these magnificent trees in flower, and that is the duration Elven Legend 4: The Incredible Journey the flowering season. However, the cherry blossom season doesn't last for the whole of Spring Haru and there much more to enjoy too. Pretty Scenery, cute story idea, enough change un be interesting, it's not just match Springg match, it's very different and I hope this company puts out more of this kind.

Date published: Spring is when many of the Japanese gardens are at their finest. Often ume is considered a late winter blossom in Japan. The game's greatest feature was the music. I felt that it might've been a bit stereotypically Japanese, but other than that this game was a really nice way to spend my time. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ninja from A little bit of everything adds up to great, fun game I loved this game! Though, in Okinawa, people there celebrate hanami to the fullest between late January and early February. Not only do you get to match very colorful icons, but you make sushi, find hidden objects, and find differences between two pictures. This game was really enjoyable. Today I was going to talk about the cherry blossom because it is so beautiful. Even those who don't care for Match 3 games will enjoy this one, and those that do like them will Love this one. The level designs were challenging and unique, and the game pieces were nicely done. In later levels, the icons are moving and dropping down at a fast rate but you get to click on power-ups on each board. There are Bonus icons to collect by simply clicking on them, when you earn enough to fill the meter, you can use them, such as Origami birds that will destroy tiles in a snowflake pattern or a Lucky cat that destroys tiles in a row. Rated 5 out of 5 by Ruckus from Calming Match 3!

The game's greatest feature was the music. The story was a bit lackluster, at least in the demo, but hopefully it picks up in the full game. A nice break from HO games, and can be played for a week or Next Stop 2. Get all the latest Japan spring information here. Pretty Scenery, cute story idea, enough change to be interesting, it's not just match match match, it's very different and I hope this company puts out more of this kind. The goal is to remove all Gold and Silver tiles by making matches on those cells, sections of the board are blocked until you make enough Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist of an item to unlock that portion such as a keys that unlock chests or scissors to cut the grass that has grown on that section. You will receive different flowers as you progress to fill you Herbarium collection, which gives you brief Spring in Japan of the flower and it's origin. Gold Spring in Japan a hard level which gives you time to complete the level in the 's, the hint feature recharges in seconds and there is no skip feature available. I have Dream Fruit Farm enjoyed this match 3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by a from totally different type of match 3 This a different type of match 3 game much more interactions. In May it is the time for the magnificent Wisteria.


The goal is to remove all Gold and Silver tiles by making matches on those cells, sections of the board are blocked until you make enough matches of an item to unlock that portion such as a keys that unlock chests or scissors to cut the grass that has grown on that section. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ninja from A little bit of everything adds up to great, fun game I loved this game! In Tokyo however the spring cherry blossom season is from late March to early April. Silver is a medium difficulty mode that gives you times to complete each level in the 's and the skip and hint recharges in 60 seconds. Rated 5 out of 5 by Ruckus from Calming Match 3! Often ume is considered a late winter blossom in Japan. I thought that the in-game power-ups and features were also a nice touch, such as the origami crane power-up and the kanji writing with collecting pen brushes. The story was a bit lackluster, at least in the demo, but hopefully it picks up in the full game. I have really enjoyed this match 3. Take a walk into a plum grove and you will be astonished seeing its delicate beauty out there. Now I am going back through again on the next level of difficulty. From first opening to peak in the south it is about two weeks, whereas in Sapporo is just days and its all over. This is the perfect game to play after work or a stressful day just to unwind and take your mind off all the chaos of the day, enjoy!

The goal is to remove all Gold and Silver tiles by making matches on those cells, sections of the board are blocked until you make enough matches of an item to unlock that portion such as a keys that unlock chests or scissors to cut the grass that has grown on that section. When spring rolls around, tons of cherry trees start blooming, creating a great tranquil atmosphere that everybody wants to be with. I felt that it might've been a bit stereotypically Japanese, but other than that this game was a really nice way to spend my time. A little hog in there also. However, the cherry blossom season doesn't last for the whole of Spring Haru and there much more to enjoy too. Gold is a hard level which gives you time to complete the level in the 's, the hint feature recharges in seconds and there is no skip feature available. It has some seek and find and other puzzles to keep it interesting. They like sitting under breathtaking cherry trees filled with blossoms. I actually found this game to be relaxing, and the music and graphics are soothing and peaceful. Perhaps it is reasonable to consider spring is the start of the cherry blossom season. Also the usual cages, tiles to break, locked pieces etc The plants as they are found, appear in a big book - pretty graphics. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ninja from A little bit of everything adds up to great, fun game I loved this game! In Tokyo however the spring cherry blossom season is from late March to early April. It is a national event each year as the news follows the blossom's progress South to North and reports on the relative performance each year. There are the usual obstructed tiles that have single locks or double locks that require a match of the same tile that is locked, or boxes that require matches adjacent to them to break the box.

11 thoughts on “Spring in Japan

  1. A nice break from HO games, and can be played for a week or more. Match 3, Hidden Object, Puzzle to name a few. Can't wait to buy the whole game! In May it is the time for the magnificent Wisteria.

  2. The level designs were challenging and unique, and the game pieces were nicely done. This is the perfect game to play after work or a stressful day just to unwind and take your mind off all the chaos of the day, enjoy! Photo Credit: Kimon Berlin at Flickr. Things to Do and See in japan During Spring.

  3. Pretty Scenery, cute story idea, enough change to be interesting, it's not just match match match, it's very different and I hope this company puts out more of this kind. They like sitting under breathtaking cherry trees filled with blossoms. This game was really enjoyable. There are Helpers such as Origami, Lanterns, cat charms etc that you simply click on to accumulate for assistance.

  4. I honestly would love to have just the puzzle song available for purchase, it was so easy on the ears and fit the theme. It has definitely given me hours of puzzle time! You also get bombs if you match five or more. Plenty of ways to fill the power ups.

  5. If you make large matches or combo matches, you will receive a Bomb on the board that can be clicked on or included in a match to explode, destroying tiles surrounding it. Visiting Japan in spring means understanding the true culture of Japan, traditions, people and most importantly you can reveal many hidden surprises. There is also a book to collect flowers and the usual boards, stones, and fog. Today I was going to talk about the cherry blossom because it is so beautiful. Can't wait to buy the whole game!

  6. Be sure to use the power-ups on that board as they do not save. There is another factor to consider if you want to see these magnificent trees in flower, and that is the duration of the flowering season. Though, in Okinawa, people there celebrate hanami to the fullest between late January and early February. Pretty Scenery, cute story idea, enough change to be interesting, it's not just match match match, it's very different and I hope this company puts out more of this kind. When spring rolls around, tons of cherry trees start blooming, creating a great tranquil atmosphere that everybody wants to be with.

  7. The story was a bit lackluster, at least in the demo, but hopefully it picks up in the full game. It is a beautiful, magical, and joyful season of all. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by a from totally different type of match 3 This a different type of match 3 game much more interactions. Perhaps it is because all the winter dressing and protection for the plants and trees is collected and there has been some extra attention or the new leaves are shooting everywhere, a sign of rejuvenation that we all love to see.

  8. There are also wild flowers and coloured mosses too. Most of the levels are the typical Swap type Match 3, but occasionally, there is a Group type Match 3 where you click to remove groups of 3 or more tiles. You have to make foods from recipes. The story was a bit lackluster, at least in the demo, but hopefully it picks up in the full game. Nakameguro cherry blossom festival in the spring, Tokyo.

  9. You will receive different flowers as you progress to fill you Herbarium collection, which gives you brief description of the flower and it's origin. Can't wait to buy the whole game! In later levels, the icons are moving and dropping down at a fast rate but you get to click on power-ups on each board.

  10. I loved the variety in this game, so I am off to buy it Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Talidog from Really Fun! Be sure to use the power-ups on that board as they do not save. I don't really know what the story line is Also the usual cages, tiles to break, locked pieces etc The plants as they are found, appear in a big book - pretty graphics. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Luvago from A Japanese experience The name caught my attention -Spring in Japan,so I had to try it It is a story that starts with a travelling Journalist who receives a letter to join a mystery person, but that's all the story I saw in Demo.

  11. Date published: There are Helpers such as Origami, Lanterns, cat charms etc that you simply click on to accumulate for assistance. April is the best month to see sakura in Japan. It has some seek and find and other puzzles to keep it interesting.

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