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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SAKUNAMIYAMA

SAKUNAMIYAMA

Double cherry blossoms colored with pink.
Late blossoming in the middle of April.

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SASAGAOSHIDORIZAKURA

SASAGAOSHIDORIZAKURA

The original cherry tree is in Sasaga area, Matsumoto city in Nagano.
Mr. Momose selected and developed it from seeds of Oshimazakura in his garden.
His Oshimazakura has been growing near Oshidorizakura, and Sasagaoshidorizakura is presumed to be hybrid of Oshimazakura and Oshidorizakura from characteristics of its leaves and blossoms.
Color: pink
From 50 to 60 petals

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SASABEZAKURA

SASABEZAKURA

Cultivated by Sasabe Shintaro, hero of the nobel titled “Sakuramori” or “Guardian of Cherry trees”.
Tall stark trees.
Around 14 petals colored with pink, middle in size.

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SANOZAKURA

SANOZAKURA

Growing in “Sano-en” in Kyoto.
The white dominates as the blossoms are blooming.

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SHIOGAMAZAKURA

SHIOGAMAZAKURA

Double cherry blossoms in Shiokama shrine in Sendai, Miyagi prefecture.
Blossoms are big in size colored with pink and clustered.
35 to 50 petals.

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SHIZUKA

SHIZUKA

Hybrid between “Amanogawa” and “Amayadori” in Matsumae in Hokkaido.
15 to 20 petals colored with pink.
With Fragrance.

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SHIDAREZAKURA

SHIDAREZAKURA

Mutant of Higanzakura.
On top of the trunk, branches with flowers elegantly drooping down.
Single cherry blossoms colored with light pink.

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SHIBAYAMA

SHIBAYAMA

Originally growing in Shujaku in Kyoto.
Around 10 petals colored with pink.
Rather drooping in full bloom.

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SHUJAKU

SHUJAKU

Originally growing in Shujaku in Kyoto.
Around 10 petals colored with pink.
Rather drooping in full bloom.

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JUROKUNICHIZAKURA

JUROKUNICHIZAKURA

White cherry blossoms in Ryuonji temple (currently abolished) in Matsuyama city in Ehime prefecture.
Son of fidelity prayed for the cherry blossoms to bloom as his father wanted to see the blossoms on his death bed in cold January.
Legend says the blossoms really bloomed before their eyes.

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JUZUKAKEZAKURA

JUZUKAKEZAKURA

Growing in Baigoji temple in Niigata prefecture.
Named after the legendary that Shinran-shonin, one of the famous priests hang a rosary or a string of beads on the tree.
Around 200 petals.

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SHOKI

SHOKI

Cherry blossoms on the Arakawa river banks in Tokyo.

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SHOGETSU

SHOGETSU

Well known cherry blossoms on the Arakawa river banks in Tokyo.
Shaped much like Hirano-nadeshiko in Hirano shrine.
Color of the blossoms changes from pink to white.
Around 25 petals.

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SHIRAYUKI

SHIRAYUKI

Cultivated cherry blossoms on the Arakawa river banks.
Single cherry blossoms elegantly colored with white.

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SHIROTAE

SHIROTAE

Once transplanted to the Arakawa river banks.
One of the cultivated ones.
10 to 15 petals.
Color: white, large in size.

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SHINDEN

SHINDEN

Growing in the Tenryuji temple in Sagano in Kyoto.
Named after Inaba Sinden, one of the chief abbots of the Tenryuji temple.

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