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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FUKUROKUJU

FUKUROKUJU

Cultivated cherry blossoms on the Arakawa river banks.
15 to 20 petals colored with pink, large in size.

NUMBER:2


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FUGENZO

FUGENZO

Popular double cherry blossoms from Muromachi period (1338 to 1573) in Kyoto.
The basal portion of its flower's pistil long ago was caused to wither and out of the center grew two green leaves that look like the pair of long pointed teeth projected outside the mouth in the elephant.
The whole flower reminds Japanese viewers of the Buddhist saint named Fugen riding the elephant.
20 to 40 petals colored with white in full bloom after pink.

NUMBER:12


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FUDANZAKURA

FUDANZAKURA

Single cherry blossoms colored with white in Shirako-kanon temple in Mie prefecture.
Blooming from October to April next year.
No falling leaves during freezing winter show us green and crimson leaves.

NUMBER:1


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BENIGASA

BENIGASA

Cultivated in Matsumae in Hokkaido.
50 to 60 petals, large in size, colored with pink.

NUMBER:3


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BENISHIGURE

BENISHIGURE

Cultivated from AZUMA-NISHIKI in Matsumae Hokkaido.
Crimson flowers are drooping.
28 to 40 petals.

NUMBER:3


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BENITAMANISHIKI

BENITAMANISHIKI

Cross-breeding between Yaekasumizakura and cultivated variety in Matsumae in Hokkaido.
40 to 50 petals colored with pink.

NUMBER:4


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BENIJOCHIN

BENIJOCHIN

Colored with pink. Around 30 petals.

NUMBER:1


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BENITEMARI

BENITEMARI

Named after the shape of the flowers – crimson handball.

NUMBER:7


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BENINADEN

BENINADEN

Cultivated by Sano Tozaemon in Kyoto.
Color: reddish purple.

NUMBER:1


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BENIYUTAKA

BENIYUTAKA

Cultivated in Matsumae in Hokkaido.
Color: deep crimson Around 15 petals.

NUMBER:3


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HOKIZAKURA

HOKIZAKURA

Crossbreeding between Yamazakura and Shinamizakura.
Named after the form of a tree like a bamboo broom.
Color: White pink.
From 20 to 30 petals.

NUMBER:1


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HOMYOJI

HOMYOJI

Originally growing in the ground of Homyoji in Kyoto.
Transplanted and cultivated by Sano Tozaemon.
Color: lightly pinkish white.

NUMBER:3


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HOTATE

HOTATE

Color: white.
Named after its shape – hoisted sail.

NUMBER:2


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BOTAN

BOTAN

Cultivated varieties.
Around 15 petals.
Richly blooming like peony.
Color: pink.

NUMBER:3


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