In Pics: Japan Sees Its Earliest Cherry Blossom Season In 1,200 Years Due To Climate Change

Japanese Cherry Blossoms, famously known as “Sakura” have reached their peak bloom earlier than predicted. Sakura season is usually kicked off in April, but this year it came two weeks earlier.  The opening of the first buds at Yasukuni Shrine took place on March 14th.  Experts have suggested that climate change is the underlying cause […]

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March 31, 2021

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Japanese Cherry Blossoms, famously known as “Sakura” have reached their peak bloom earlier than predicted.

Sakura season is usually kicked off in April, but this year it came two weeks earlier. 

The opening of the first buds at Yasukuni Shrine took place on March 14th. 

Experts have suggested that climate change is the underlying cause of this early bloom.

Here are some beautiful pictures from the streets of Japan:

 

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