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Hanami Picnic in Inokashira parc
Tama

Hanami means literally "looking at the flowers". And that's also how the japanese call the sort of picnics that they organise specifically during the cherry blossom "sakura" season.

They usually gather with their classmates, colleagues, friends or family to have drinks and food under the "rain" of sakura petals.

Copyright: Thomas Humeau
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Tags: sakura; cherry; tree; blossom; bloom; inokashira; koen; park; tokyo; japan; hanami; picnic
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