Sakura GPS Run 2023

Yassan is now presenting the 2023 edition of the “Sakura Run,” a GPS art course that takes you to famous cherry blossom viewing spots on, a GPS art course sharing website.

This course is designed to draw cherry blossoms GPS art at cherry blossom viewing spots around Japan.
The course is designed to visit scenic spots in each of the 47 prefectures of Japan, as well as famous spots that rank high in terms of number of visitors. The course is also designed to visit several cities around the world. The popularity of this course has been increasing year by year, and the number of cherry blossom GPS art fans is increasing.

Spring is here and the weather is getting warmer. It’s the perfect time to start running or walking. Please give GPS art a try this spring.


BACKGROUND: About “Sakura Run”

Drawing Run (GPS art running) was born in the 2010s as a fusion of GPS art and running. As a non-competitive sport, the number of enthusiasts is increasing, especially among citizen runners.
The 2020 Corona Disaster was a turning point, and it has spread as a new motivation to replace marathon running. The “GPS Run” and “GPS Marathon” have been adopted by runner magazines and citizen marathons.

“Sakura Run” is a running culture that draws GPS art of cherry blossoms on a moving track… It spontaneously emerged in the mid-2010s, when Yassan published a series related to cherry blossom viewing spots in all prefectures. Since then, GPS runners around the world have simultaneously developed a love for it. It has become popular among citizen runners as a hanami run that avoids the dense