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Japan in April - too crazy during cherry blossom season?

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Hi, so glad to be back on Asia forum, which I've found to be so helpful over the years. Quick question: considering a mother/daughter trip for 65/35 birthdays and only time DD can leave her hubby and kids is early April 2018. Are we crazy to consider going during what could be the height of cherry blossom season? It would be quick trip from LA -- working assumption is 4 nights Tokyo and 4 nights Kyoto, with day trip to Hiroshima, and will try to fly into Tokyo and return from Osaka. Before considering further, checking if prices are considerably higher during beginning of April even if we plan and book way in advance....or if crowds at general sightseeing places are out of control.
All input appreciated!

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