Cherry Blossom Viewing!
Chart of Cherry Blossoms IN OSAKA

Please understand that each description of the cherry blossoms below covers only trees in the Mint and does not gurantee the academic correctness.

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KASUGAI

KASUGAI

Cultivated by Sano Tozaemon in Kyoto.
Originally from the foot of the Kasugayama Mountain in Nara prefecture.
Color: pink.
From 15 to 20 petals.

NUMBER:2


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KUSHIMAZAKURA

KUSHIMAZAKURA

Originally from Omura Park in Nagasaki prefecture (Kushima Castle Ruins).
From 40 to 50 petals.

NUMBER:1


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KAMATARIZAKURA

KAMATARIZAKURA

Tip of the petals are bent, serrated and thin.
Growing in Kamatari village (currently in Kisarazu city) in Chiba prefecture.
From 30 to 40 petals.
Color: pink.

NUMBER:3


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KANZAKURA

KANZAKURA

A hybrid between Kanhizakura (cultivated) and wild varieties.
Open in early March heralding in spring.
Single and pink.

NUMBER:1


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KANZASHIZAKURA

KANZASHIZAKURA

Named after the shape – “Kanzashi” or “an ornamental hairpin” by Sano Tozaemon during his journey to Tohoku area.
Color: pink.
From 14 to 31 petals.

NUMBER:1


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KANZAN

KANZAN

The most popular double-flowered cherry trees grown in the Arakwa river banks in Tokyo in 1868.
Big blossoms colored with deep red.
Around 30 petals

NUMBER:66


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KANTOARIAKE

KANTOARIAKE

Growing in Tokyo.
Large and elegant flower colored with pink-white.

NUMBER:1


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GIOJIGIJOZAKURA

GIOJIGIJOZAKURA

Named after Lady GioGijo in “Heike Monogatari” or “the Historic Romance of the Taira Family”.
Growing in Gioji temple in Kyoto.
Elegant and charming pink blossoms with weak fragrance.
Around 15 petals.

NUMBER:2


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KIKUZAKURA

KIKUZAKURA

From 100 to 200 petals.
Elegant and chrysanthemum shaped blossoms colored with pink.

NUMBER:3


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KIZAKURA

KIZAKURA

The Tree stands upright.
Blossoms colored with yellow and 10 to 15 petals.
Double blossoms in large size, around 4cm in diameter.

NUMBER:1


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KINUGASA

KINUGASA

Single flower in Hirano shrine in Kyoto.
Behind the shrine stands Kinugasa hill which might be an origin of the name.

NUMBER:2


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KIBUNEUZUZAKURA

KIBUNEUZUZAKURA

Growing in Kibune shrine in Rakuhoku area, Kyoto.
Donated from Kuramadera temple in 1868.
Single-flowered, cute in full bloom.
Color: pink.

NUMBER:1


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GIOIKO

GIOIKO

One of the rare varieties with beautiful yellow green color.
Red stripes appear on the lower half area of the center of the petals in bloom.
Around 15 petals.

NUMBER:5


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KIRIGAYA

KIRIGAYA

Hybrid of single – double flowers in Kirigaya in Kamakura.
Large and beautiful blossoms colored with red.

NUMBER:2


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KIRIN

KIRIN

Cultivated blossoms with grace on the Arakawa river banks in Tokyo.
Color: deep red purple.
30 to 35 petals.

NUMBER:1


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