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Cherry blossoms, known as “sakura” in Japan, bloom in spring (late March to early April) and are celebrated through the tradition of hanami, or flower viewing. The pink and white blossoms symbolize renewal and the fleeting nature of beauty. People gather in parks for picnics and festivities, with famous viewing spots like Ueno Park and Chidorigafuchi in Tokyo, Maruyama Park in Kyoto, and Himeji Castle. The Japan Meteorological Agency provides forecasts, making it a nationally anticipated event. The cherry blossom season is a time of cultural significance and reflection on the transient beauty of life.