Japan’s Cherry Blossoms Are Predicted to Arrive Early This Year — Here’s When You Can Expect to See Them

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a group of people on a boat in the water: Cherry blossoms are seen in full bloom in Japan.

Japan’s famed cherry blossoms are expected to bloom early once again in 2019, according to the first forecast for 2019 released by the Japan Meteorological Corporation on Jan. 10.

The popular Somei Yoshino (Yoshino Cherry) trees are expected to arrive as early as mid-March, starting in the Kochi Prefecture on March 18 before reaching full bloom in Kochi by March 25.

Fukuoka is expected to follow, with a forecasted flowering date of March 20 and a forecasted full bloom date of March 29.

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