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Cherry Blossoms in Seikei School
Tama

In spring, cherry blossom flowers are in full bloom around many Schools in Japan. In this School, Seikei University, a lot of old cherry blossom trees were planted. Usually cherry festival is held on the first Sunday in April in this school, but it was not opened in 2013 because of bad weather.

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Uploaded: 08/05/2013
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