Cherry Blossoms is a cultural symbol of Japan Tauheed Ahmad November 26, 2016 Amazing & Incredible 3444 Cherry blossoms or Sakura is cultural symbol of Japan. The person lives in Japan anxiously waiting of spring seasons, when brighter skies and fresh green buds signify the beginning of cherry blossom seasons. The beautiful cherry blossom seasons attracts thousands of tourists, photographer and local inhabitants. They’d like to admired and delicate pink beauty that have short lifespans. Whether you are in the city or the countryside, young, middle aged, or old, alone or with a group of friends, during the day or at nighttime, the cherry blossoms of sakura is truly a remarkable sight to behold. Whether Japan to Washington, D.C. to Taiwan, cherry blossom season is a pleasing time to celebrate springtime, nature, and fleeting beauty. Certainly everybody loves blossoming flowers, true nature colors and fresh air. Spring is the seasons, which provide new life to nature. Cherry blossom season is linked to the centuries-old custom of hanami, when people would like to gather beneath cherry blossom trees to eat, drink, play games, and have fun together, all the while gazing at mass of pale pink and white petals that flutter overhead in the branches. What would you say about cherry blossom? I just love the below pictures. Source: Mymodernment Originally posted 2014-12-29 21:57:24. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsThe Beauty of Fallen Cherry Blossoms PetalsCherry Blossom Stones; A Natural Geological WonderSagano Bamboo Forest JapanFlowers Turns Beautifully into “Skeleton Flowers” in RainAjuga Reptans; A Fast Spreading Plant Can Grow in any Good Decent Garden How to Grow, Pink Dianthus in GardenCreative Artist Uses Natural Landscapes to color in Cutout Silhouettes of AnimalsThe Rare Instance of 20 Different Wildflowers Blooms in Death Valley Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.