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Five cities known for ancient cherry trees recognized as natural treasures in 1922 will hold their first summit meeting on March 23 to discuss preservation methods and plans to boost tourism.

The meeting will be hosted by the city of Kitamoto in central Saitama Prefecture, known for its Ishitokaba-zakura, or Ishitokaba cherry tree.

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