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Hanami (“flower viewing”) is a festival that reunites people every year to celebrate the cherry blossom in Japan.
Flowers bloom from the end of March to early May and people picnic under de cherry blossom trees often decorated with paper lanterns to enjoy spring and the power of nature.
Hanami at night is called yozakura "night sakura" and gathers young and old from generations.

The celebration is said to date back to 794 AD and was originally limited to the elite Imperial Court of Japan and samurai society and only later reached the common people.

Toda you can celebrate Hanami at Brogdale at The National Fruit Collection among the largest collection of fruit tree in the world with over 350 flowering cherry varieties and fruit trees like apple, pears, Quince, Plums and more.

Discover the unique offering of the Hanami festival and experience the Japanese culture, the drumming & sword displays, the Japanese Tea Ceremony and the calligraphy and origami workshop. Picnics under the blossom with your friends and family, take a tour of the orchards and learn how to cook Japanese food!

Visit the HANAMI FESTIVAL – 18th & 19th April 2020, enjoy the beauty, tranquillity and colours of nature, don’t miss this event!

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