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Cherry blossom is a hallmark for the evanescence and fragility of human life and represents the evolution of the Japanese culture throughout the years. The fleeting life of the flowers, their paramount beauty, and their speedy death, has often been analogous to mortality; for this reason, cherry blossoms are highly emblematic.
The planting of cherry trees began in 1912 when the Japanese Mayor Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo gave 3,000 cherry trees (Sakura) as a gift of friendship to Washington, D.C.
The High Park Cherry Blossom Walk in Toronto that starts in middle of April to early May. Toronto, specifically the High Park, is also another recipient of Japan's precious gift - a collection of delicate Yoshino cherry trees most famous for their fluffy, snow-white blossoms.
The high park with it's natural beauty near the pond on Elis park road- a glory of cherry Blossom rises and bring thousand of visitors to make it a family affair.
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