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.

TAIZANFUKUN

TAIZANFUKUN

Growing on the Arakawa river banks in Tokyo.
50 to 60 petals.

NUMBER:3


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TAIHAKU

TAIHAKU

Once the variety died out in Japan.
Donated by English gentleman in 1929 and grafted and cultivated by Sano Tozaemon.
Single cherry blossoms large in size, colored with white.

NUMBER:1


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TAOYAME

TAOYAME

Growing in Hirano shrine in Kyoto.
15 to 20 petals colored with pink.

NUMBER:2


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TAKATOKOHIGANZAKURA

TAKATOKOHIGANZAKURA

Designated by Nagano prefecture as natural monumental product growing in Takato castle (relics).
Color: Deep crimson.
Small single cherry blossoms.

NUMBER:2


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TAKIKAORI

TAKIKAORI

Cherry blossoms on the Arakawa river banks.
Color: pink in bud, white in full bloom with fragrance.

NUMBER:2


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TAGUIARASHI

TAKIKAORI

Cherry blossoms on the Arakawa river banks.
Single cherry blossoms large in size, colored with white. Around 5 petals.

NUMBER:1


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CHIHARAZAKURA

CHIHARAZAKURA

Single and double.
A shade greenish white.
Particularly beautiful when double and single flowers are in full bloom on branches.

NUMBER:2


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TEMARI

TEMARI

Double, Petals 16, 4-5 blooms in a corymb.
Color: light-red.
One of the old species described in classic books of Edo era.

NUMBER:1


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NAJIMAZAKURA

NAJIMAZAKURA

Pink blossoms in Kyusei-Daiyon-Kotogakko, currently Kanazawa university in Kanazawa city.
100 to 200 petals.

NUMBER:1


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NADEN

NADEN

Presumably hybrid between Chojizakura and cultivated one.
14 to 20 petals colored with pink.

NUMBER:1


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NARAYAEZAKURA

NARAYAEZAKURA

Double cherry blossoms, one of the oldest varieties.
The name often used in Japanese poem.
20 to 50 petals, changing from pink to white in full bloom.

NUMBER:2


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NIOIZAKURA

NIOIZAKURA

Wild Cherry blossoms with fragrance.

NUMBER:1


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NISONINFUGENZO

NISONINFUGENZO

Well known blossoms in Nisonin in Kyoto.
80 to 150 petals colored with deep crimson.

NUMBER:4


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NIDOZAKURA

NIDOZAKURA

Single and double cherry blossoms.
Inner blossoms open after outer blossoms are in full bloom.

NUMBER:2


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