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Cherry blossom, the flower that represents Japan. Its blooming is fleeting, and enjoying its scattering in the wind is the embodiment of Japanese aestheticism.

[ Event ]
Cherry blossom festival
Late March to early April

[ Ingredients ]
Spring ingredients

[ Wishing plate ]
The goal of cherry blossom viewing is to prepare bentos and alcohol and have a party underneath the cherry blossom trees.

   Cherry Blossom Viewing

Cherry blossom festival. Late March to early April. Cherry blossom, the flower that represents Japan. Its blooming is fleeting, and enjoying its scattering in the wind is the embodiment of Japanese aestheticism. Cherry blossom festival. Late March to early April. Cherry blossom, the flower that represents Japan. Its blooming is fleeting, and enjoying its scattering in the wind is the embodiment of Japanese aestheticism. Cherry blossom festival. Late March to early April. Cherry blossom, the flower that represents Japan. Its blooming is fleeting, and enjoying its scattering in the wind is the embodiment of Japanese aestheticism. Cherry blossom festival. Late March to early April. Cherry blossom, the flower that represents Japan. Its blooming is fleeting, and enjoying its scattering in the wind is the embodiment of Japanese aestheticism. Cherry blossom festival. Late March to early April. Cherry blossom, the flower that represents Japan. Its blooming is fleeting, and enjoying its scattering in the wind is the embodiment of Japanese aestheticism.

Comprehensive Human Academy/Ayaka Arakawa

Spring ingredients

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