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'A reminder that nature is strong': In Japan, a 1,000-year-old cherry tree blooms
by Kat Lonsdorf
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15 April 2020
On 15 April 2020 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
As winter turned to spring in the town of Miharu, Japan, a small group of workers pounded posts into the ground to lay a grand pathway at the base of a giant cherry tree. It was the same path they've laid every year, wide enough to give thousands of tourists a chance to walk up and marvel at the ancient tree, as its cascading branches fill with delicate pink flowers dipping toward the ground. Taking care of the tree is a job the whole community takes part in.
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