About Sakuraa Corporation
Collaborate To Build Future
The name “Sakura” is a Japanese name which means cherry blossom. The cherry blossom has been the Japanese national flower since the 10th century. The Japanese people are never so jubilant, cheerful, optimistic and youthful as they are at the time of “Sakura” blossom in the spring season. Of all flowers, the cherry blossoms appeal most to the aesthetic taste of the Japanese people. Since very early days, the Japanese people have expressed their love and admiration for Sakura in various ways. So universal is the Japanese appeal to the moral and aesthetic taste of Japan, that they constantly use “Sakura” as a motif on kimonos, lacquerware, pottery and other decorative items. Hence the delicate and beautiful Sakura is special to us and we share the same optimism and believe that we will be able to build a strong connection with Japan & Indian with our one Stop Japanese Corporate Services to for our Indians & Japanese clients or expats.
Our Vision And Mission
We Envision a future when the cultural and economics ties between Japan and India are strengthened, fostering mutual understanding, growth, and prosperity. By leveraging our deep understanding cultural and business practices.
Our Mission is to facilitate a strong connection Between Japan and India through our one-stop Japanese Corporate Services. We aim to bridge the cultural and business gap between these two nations, providing essential support and expertise to indian and Japanese clients, expats, and businesses.
One Stop Solutions for Japanese Corporate Services
Expertise in Japanese Corporate Services
With both promoters having 15+ years of experience in dealing with Japanese corporate services, SAKURA is likely to possess a deep understanding of the Japanese business culture, practices, and language.
What Client Say?
Frequently Asked Questions.
The cherry blossom season in Japan typically occurs in spring, usually starting in late March and continuing through early April. However, the exact timing can vary depending on the region and weather conditions.
Cherry blossoms typically last for about one to two weeks, depending on weather conditions. Once they reach full bloom, their petals start falling off, creating a beautiful and ephemeral “sakuraa snow.”
Japan offers numerous picturesque spots to view cherry blossoms. Some popular locations include Tokyo’s Ueno Park, Kyoto’s Maruyama Park, Osaka Castle Park, Hirosaki Park in Aomori Prefecture, and the Philosopher’s Path in Kyoto.
Yes, many cherry blossom festivals take place throughout Japan during the hanami season. These festivals often feature traditional performances, food stalls, and illuminated nighttime views of cherry blossoms.