Five Facts about Cherry Blossoms (sakura) you may not know.

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  1. Capturing a photo that includes the Cherry Blossoms with Mount Fuji in the background is a must for a lot of tourists.

2. The national flower of Japan is the Cherry Blossom although some like to consider the chrysanthemum as the unofficial national flower.

3. Cherry Blossoms are a symbol of renewal and hope.

4. You can buy Cherry Blossom flavoured ice-cream.

The Fairmontmoments website tells us how to make Cherry Blossom Ice-cream.

5. Cherry Blossoms come in colours other than pink. You can find yellow & white blossoms too.

Want to learn more? Check out this well presented episode by a YouTube channel called Japanology.

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