OMG The Cherry Blossoms In This Japanese City Have Bloomed And These Photos Are Breathtaking

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Have you ever seen anything so beautiful? In the Japanese city of Kawazu, spring has arrived early. And with the beginning of spring comes beautiful cherry blossoms known as sakura.
These blossoms are known for their bright pink color and large petals. Springtime in Japan is truly magical from February into early May. In fact, millions of tourists flock to Kawazu and other towns to take in the beautiful sites and amazing aroma.
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Don’t you wish your town looks like this in the spring? That’s exactly what it looks like in the Eastern Japanese town of Kawazu. Kawazu, with an estimated population of 7500, is located just outside of Tokyo.
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Cherry blossoms, known as sakura in Japanese, bloom in this beautiful city usually in late March or early April. Spring clearly came early this year.
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The characteristics of the blossoms feature large bright pink petals. All told, there are 8000 cherry trees in Kawazu.
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Every year, Kawazu is flooded with millions of tourists.
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The Kawazu-zakura Cherry Blossom Festival is held every year during the Spring blooming season.
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Take a romantic journey on a small train to take in the beautiful atmosphere and smell the fragrant aroma.
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These birds, known as Japanese white-eye birds, are especially grateful for these beautiful cherry blossoms. They can be seen sipping the trees’ sweet nectar.
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Did you know how significant and symbolic cherry blossoms are in Japan?
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Their significance is threefold: 1) the temporary beauty of life, 2) the acceptance of karma and 3) the eventuality of death.
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Look at the amazing view at night. The trees are illuminated and they are reflected in the Izu peninsula.
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The next early bloom will in in the southern coastal city of Kochi.
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