Cherry trees reached full bloom in central Tokyo on Sunday, a day earlier than normal but two days later than last year, the Meteorological Agency said.
The weather agency said about 80 percent of the ubiquitous someiyoshino variety cherry trees at Yasukuni Shrine in central Tokyo were in bloom Sunday morning.
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