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The traditional flowering of cherry trees in Japan
The flowering of cherry trees in Japan (East Asia) is a phenomenon known all over the world. Each year, between the end of March and the beginning of April, sakura, which refers to cherry blossoms, bloom and are celebrated during Hanami, the traditional cherry blossom festival. However, cherry blossoms have an average lifespan of two weeks. In Japanese culture, they embody the personification of the ephemeral. Photo credit: Yu Kato
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