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Cherry blossoms  Atami-City
Japan

静岡県熱海市の街中を流れる糸川の河畔に、「あたみ桜」と呼ばれる種類の桜が並木を作っている。

沖縄産の「カンヒザクラ」と日本の暖地に自然分布する「ヤマザクラ」の交配種と推定されているこの桜は早咲きの桜として知られ、日本の桜並木の中でも一番早く開花する桜並木の一つとして知られている。

Copyright: Bibouroku Tabito
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