Japanese Society and Culture
Culture, Chidorigafuchi, Cherry Blossom, Hanami, Shinjuku Gyoen, Tokyo
The following research is of a documentary approach, and its objective is to analyze the cherry blossom from a social and cultural perspective, to know the importance and influence that this flower has on society and the environment. Thus, the Shinjuku Gyoen Park and Chidorigafuchi Park were taken as a reference, in this sense, it is understood that within the city of Tokyo there are parks and areas whose purpose is to provide various activities to citizens to contemplate nature, and therefore giving a great show to witness the cherry blossom in its maximum splendour. The influence of the cherry blossom is a unique symbol of Japan, however, this element has gained such popularity in other western countries that it is reflected as a symbol of universal beauty.
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Salazar, Gilberto Mejía
"The Cherry Blossom and its Influence on Japanese Culture,"
Japanese Society and Culture: Vol. 4, Article 12.
Available at: https://gensoken.toyo.ac.jp/japanese-society-and-culture/vol4/iss1/12