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Ume Tree Parks

1858-4 Mitsu-cho Kurosaki, Tatsuno 671-1301, Hyogo Prefecture
+81 79-322-4100
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A good reminder that plum blossom is more authentic than cherry blossom, as a symbol flower of traditional Japan

Fuji Mountain, shinkansen (bullet train) and cherry blossom seem to form a triad of tourism... read more

Reviewed 14 March 2014
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Mar 13, 2014
“A good reminder that plum blossom is more authentic than cherry blossom, as a symbol flower of traditional Japan”
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1858-4 Mitsu-cho Kurosaki, Tatsuno 671-1301, Hyogo Prefecture
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+81 79-322-4100
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Reviewed 14 March 2014

Fuji Mountain, shinkansen (bullet train) and cherry blossom seem to form a triad of tourism attractions that represent modern Japan. Some may argue: “Why not geisha girls in the triad?” My response to that will be: “Take your pick, if you please. There is no...More

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