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Cherry Blossoms in the US? These 10 Spots Rival Japan!

Washington, D.C.: The National Cherry Blossom Festival is the most famous cherry blossom viewing event in the U.S.

Brooklyn, New York: The Brooklyn Botanic Garden's Cherry Esplanade features a stunning display of cherry trees. The annual Sakura Matsuri Festival celebrates Japanese culture amid the blooming trees.

Macon, Georgia: Known as the "Cherry Blossom Capital of the World," Macon boasts over 350,000 Yoshino cherry trees. The city celebrates with a Cherry Blossom Festival each spring.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: The Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia is held in Fairmount Park, which is home to over 1,000 cherry trees.

Seattle, Washington: The University of Washington's Quad is famous for its beautiful cherry trees.

Portland, Oregon: The Portland Japanese Garden and the Tom McCall Waterfront Park are both popular spots for cherry blossom viewing in the city.

Newark, New Jersey: Branch Brook Park hosts the Essex County Cherry Blossom Festival. With over 5,000 cherry trees, it surpasses even Washington, D.C.'s collection, making it one of the largest cherry blossom displays in the U.S.

San Francisco, California: The Northern California Cherry Blossom Festival takes place in San Francisco's Japantown. It is one of the largest festivals of its kind in the U.S., celebrating Japanese culture and the cherry blossom season.

St. Louis, Missouri: The Missouri Botanical Garden has a lovely collection of cherry trees that bloom beautifully in spring. The garden is a peaceful place for enjoying the blossoms and the onset of warmer weather.

Nashville, Tennessee: The Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival marks the arrival of spring with a celebration of Japanese culture.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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