Sakura free coloring pages for kids in Nurie-world
The sakura flower, also known as the cherry blossom
, is a species of cherry tree that is native to Japan and other parts of Asia. The flower is known for its delicate pink and white petals and its brief but beautiful blooming period, typically in late March to early April.
Sakura flowers have significant cultural and historical significance in Japan. They are a symbol of the fleeting nature of life and are often associated with the Japanese concept of mono no aware, which translates to "the awareness of the transience of things". The blooming of the cherry blossoms is celebrated annually in Japan with hanami, or cherry blossom viewing parties.
The sakura flower is also a symbol of spring, new beginnings, and hope. The beauty and fragility of the cherry blossom is also said to represent the fleeting nature of life, reminding people to appreciate the beauty of the present moment and to make the most of the time they have.
Sakura flowers are also popular in other parts of Asia, such as China, South Korea, and Taiwan. The flower is also grown in other parts of the world, including the United States, Canada, and Europe, where it is often planted as an ornamental tree.
It's important to note that the blooming period of the sakura flower can vary depending on the region and the weather conditions. However, the sakura flower is a beautiful and iconic symbol of spring and its blooming is greatly anticipated and celebrated in many parts of Asia.
Nurie World Sakura Tag coloring book pages：
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