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Every spring, all across Japan, people gather under cherry blossom trees to enjoy nature's delicate beauty. Here's what it's like to experience a cherry blossom festival in Japan. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
It's a beautiful day (so far), and if you're looking for some weekend plans, you could do worse than heading to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden for a lovely prelude to the Sakura Matsuri festival. These new photographs of beautiful Prunus...Show More Summary
This is the last weekend for the National Cherry Blossom Festival. Plus jazz, fireworks, and justice-focused art can also be found this weekend. [ more › ]
The annual festival at Brooklyn Botanic Garden takes place at the end of April — regardless of when nature decides to push play.
The Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival began its 50th year of celebrations in San Francisco’s Japantown Saturday a little wet, but undeterred. Though morning rain delayed setting up for many vendors and community groups at the...Show More Summary
Among the thousands of kites flying Saturday at the Washington Monument were about several with a more purpose other than celebrating the annual Cherry Blossom. "Persist," one read. "Rise Up," was written on another. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
It is the beginning of spring and you can find everywhere plum blossom and cherry blossom. But there is another very beautiful flower you can find around whole Japan. The very beautiful magnolia in white or pink. During my trip to Shizuoka I used the good weather to visit a magnolia festival. Show More Summary
A mild winter followed by a spate of cold weather in Washington, made its mark on the city’s cherry blossoms, but the annual festival delighted first-time visitors on Sunday. The cherry blossom trees were a gift from Japan to the United States in 1912. Show More Summary
It's cherry blossom season here in Northern California, as it also in Washington D.C., and the pretty trees can be found all over San Francisco. The 50th annual Cherry Blossom Festival kicks off on April 8 in Japantown. [ more › ]
ABC News' Janai Norman visits the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C., for a preview of this year's event.
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This weekend’s cold snap could prevent many of the flowers from blooming.
Can’t make it to the National Cherry Blossom Festival? Head to one of these locations to find gorgeous blooms throughout the United States instead. This gallery was originally published in 2014. It has been updated with new informat...
Talk about your early bloomers. The nation’s beloved cherry trees that line the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C., are predicted to pop early this year, maybe even the earliest on record. And that means the festival will be earlier as well. Blossoms that frame the Thomas Jefferson Memorial in countless...
An unseasonably warm winter (what is seasonal anymore, anyway?) has forced organizers to start the capital’s beloved annual Cherry Blossom Festival one week early.
Annual cherry festival moved up 5 days as a result of the official blossom forecast.
Step into spring (and festival season) with fairy houses, dinosaurs, science fun, and cherry blossoms galore.
TweetAll the deets on our 50th Annual Cherry Blossom Festival here. There are plum AND cherry trees all over J-Town, so it looks like cherry blossom season for like four months a year. Thusly: Keep up with Japantown goings-on through the Hotel Kabuki Twitter…
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