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  • Mar 2, 2010
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Fleeting, beautiful & fragile. The flower of Spring! Japan's 'national' flower, the Cherry Blossom!
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review by . March 01, 2010
posted in Go Japan
Like a butterfly!
   Sakura (aka Cherry Blossom) is fleeting. Maximum period we get to see it in full bloom annually is 3-4 weeks. Mostly, simply 10-14 days. Sakura is my most favorite flower. I've seen it in bloomed a couple of times in different parts of Japan, Canada & China. It's a flower that is synonymous with Spring!      It's a (national) flower          It's a festival         It's a dance …
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 cherry blossom is the name for the flower of cherry trees known as Sakura (Japanese kanji : 桜 or 櫻; hiragana: さくら) in Japanese. In English, the word "sakura" is equivalent to the Japanese flowering cherry.[1][2] Cherry fruit (known in Japanese as sakuranbo) comes from another species of tree.
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