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Illumination on cherry blossoms in autumn
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Amazingly, the cherry blossoms in this park can be seen in late autumn to early winter.

Jomine [pronounced as "joumine” not "jomain"] park is located in the middle of Mt. Kamiyama and famous for the winter cherry-blossoms.  The trees are illuminated in the period from 1st November to early December.

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