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Called as Land of The Rising Sun, this 3rd largest economy has a deep tradition of gifting flowers. Chocolates are most commonly given on Valentine’s Day by couples while flowers are gifted during other occasions like Birthdays, Anniversaries etc. Gifts in pairs are considered to be lucky. Red roses, Gerberas, Carnations, and Orchids would be the perfect options if you are planning to gift someone.
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We at Flora2000 hand-pick flowers of the highest pedigree, compose them into the most breathtaking floral arrangements and deliver right on time. Our legacy lies in creating these floral works of art and making floral gifting a luxurious experience for you. With an ever increasing delivery network that’s spread across 190 countries you can send flowers to Japan to your loved ones without any hassle. If you are looking to send flowers across Japan, from Kagoshima to Fukushima or Tokyo to Yokohama or Osaka to Nagoya then just go through our stunning collection and send something enamoring to your friends and family.

How do i send International Flower Delivery to Japan?

Flora2000 has transformed International flower delivery to Japan into a fine and effortless art. With our efficient flowers & gifs delivery services worldwide; you are sure to find the perfect expression of your message to your loved ones. Be it Roses, Lilies, Carnations or Cakes, our gifts are sure to make both the sender and the receiver happy. We make sure the gifts you give reflects what you feel about the receiver.

It is called as Land of the Rising Sun. Its economy is the world's third-largest by nominal GDP. 90 percent of the people live in cities like Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Hakone and Hiroshima. When it comes to gift giving in Japan it is deeply rooted in tradition with gifts given not only for social occasions, but also for social obligations. Chocolates are most commonly given on Valentine ’s Day by couples while flowers are gifted during other occasions like Birthdays, Anniversaries etc. Gifts in pairs are considered to be lucky. Red roses, Gerberas, Carnations, and Orchids would be the perfect options if you are planning to gift someone.
Lilies, lotus and camellias are categorized into sad gesture. Before gifting any Japanese mates make sure you have a glance about Hanakotoba. Blue (forgot-me-not) and red camellias comprises love while cherry blossoms are apt for generous and kindness.

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Japan is a country famous for its vibrant culture. Its people embrace the ethics of both the east and the west in a beautiful way. This can be viewed in the dual nature of its national flowers. Unofficially, the Sakura or the Cherry Blossom is regarded as a symbol of the Japanese people. This flower blooms in the summer months. Meanwhile, over the course of several centuries, Japanese monarchy has considered Chrysanthemum as their official flower. Further, the ancient throne of the Japanese Emperor is called the ‘Chrysanthemum Throne’.

Flower Delivery Japan and Japanese Culture

Flowers and floral arrangements are very much entwined with the Japanese culture. For foreigners, Japanese culture may not appear as clear as expected. It might look mysterious to many people. With a complex, yet a polite system in place in the country, Japan flower delivery across large distances might be a difficult task to do. Besides, the Japanese people have different etiquette than most other cultures like In Japan White flowers are mostly reserved for sympathy & funerals. Therefore, it is essential to have a deep understanding of the significance of each flower to the Japanese people before you send flowers to Japan.

In Japan, The Red Rose (the most preferred flowers for Valentine’s Day) is regarded as a symbol of passion, love, and romance. Further, the Red Carnations represent love for the family and are often gifted to mothers to express love and affection to them. Before you send flowers to Japan, remember that the White Rose represents purity, innocence, and silence. Besides, Red Tulips are very popular in Japan. They are said to represent fame and popularity.

Flowers and important Celebrations

Birthday etiquette in Japan is similar to other nations in the west and Birthday flowers to Japan are as important as in other countries. It is a time when the loved ones get together and bring gifts to the person and join the celebrations. Gifting Birthday Flowers are a big part of these celebrations. Remember that you cannot take Pink Roses (these are reserved purely for Mother’s Day or Woman’s Day) to these celebrations. It is advisable to get either Yellow, Red, or White flowers based on your relationship with the person. Further, note that flowers combine with wine in most birthday celebrations. This is true especially if it is the birthday of your spouse or lover.

Sympathy &Funerals are usually sober affairs in Japan where, like other places, the family and loved ones gather to commemorate the life of the deceased. It is considered appropriate to send sympathy bouquets or funeral arrangements to these events as an offering to the family of the deceased. Note that White flowers are regarded as a symbol of respect like in many other cultures. Usually, Chrysanthemums, Red Spider Lilies, White Roses, and Lilies are carried to funerals in Japan.

As for condolence messages, it is better to use handwritten messages. These may contain your expression of grief and proclamation of solidarity to their family. Wreaths and sprays are usually included as a bouquet in Japan. These are convenient to carry and to place on the grave or coffin of the deceased.

Japan has a rich and vibrant culture which regards flowers very close to their relationships. These are featured in most of their important functions. To send flowers to Japan and spread smiles, reach out to us today.

Traditional Japanese Flowers

Hanakotoba (花言葉) is the Japanese form of the language of flowers. If you are sending flowers to Japan, you should definitely know the meaning of Japanese flowers! Here are 10 of the most common flowers in Japan.

  • Tsubaki (Camellia) signifies humility and the perfect love.
  • Sumire (Violet) represents small love and sincerity.
  • Momo (Peach) shows a Fascinating personality.
  • Sakura (Japanese Cherry) indicates Accomplishment and Beauty of heart.
  • Sakurasou (Primula sieboldii) stands for Desire and Long-lasting love.
  • Asagao (Morning Glory) shows Brief love and Bond of love.
  • Kiku (Chrysanthemum) represents Noble and Purity.
  • Kinmokusei (Orange Osmanthus) represents a True and Noble person.
  • Kosumosu (Cosmos) stands for Cleanliness and Love.
  • Ume (Japanese Apricot) shows Elegance and Faithfulness.

  • Mother's Day Celebration in Japan

    It is commonly believed that the 1st Haha no hi (Mothers Day) celebration in Japan occurred on 6th March, the birthday of Empress Kojun. These celebrations later became fully established alongside the organization of the Imperial Women’s Union in 1931. Mothers Day has been celebrated widely across Japan since then. In modern days many festivities are undertaken in celebration & Mother’s Day now has become one of the busiest days of the year for restaurants, shopping malls and other establishments across Japan.

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