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Send flowers to Japan hassle-free with Teleflora, the international flower delivery specialists. Our professional florists in Tokyo and across the country hand-arrange and hand-deliver beautiful flowers. Teleflora’s network stretches from florists in Sapporo to flower shops in Fukuoka
Sending flowers internationally can be a confusing process. Between currency conversions, cultural customs and time differences, getting your bouquet delivered on time can be a challenge. But when you call Teleflora, we take care of the details for you. All you will need is your recipient’s address and phone number. Your Teleflora representative will work with you to pick the perfect flowers to send to Japan. He or she can advise you about Japanese holidays and traditions, to ensure you send the right gift. For example, if you’re a man looking to send Valentine’s Day flowers to your sweetheart, you may want to arrange for delivery on March 14th instead of February 14th. In Japan, March 14th is known as White Day, a time when men respond to their beloved with an appropriate Valentine’s gift such as flowers. February 14th, on the other hand, is a day reserved for women to send chocolates to men. Christmas Eve is also a great day to have flowers delivered to Japan, as this is looked on as a romantic holiday enjoyed by couples. If you are sending sympathy flowers to Japan, there are other cultural customs to keep in mind. Many flowers are not usual for funerals in Japan, and should be sent to the home rather than the ceremony hall. Lilies and yellow chrysanthemums are considered appropriate. The most common floral gift for Japanese funerals is the hanawa, or a floral wreath. For occasions like birthdays, anniversaries, or graduations, Teleflora offers a wide range of flowers and gift baskets (called gift hampers) for delivery to Japan. A favorite design is the hand-tied bouquet, which is very popular in Japan. Give us a call at 1-800-903-0576 today and let us help you place your international flower order!