Hanami is a traditional Japanese custom of viewing cherry blossoms during springtime. The practice of hanami, or flower viewing, typically involves visiting parks or other areas where cherry blossom trees are in full bloom and admiring their beauty while enjoying picnics, drinks, and food with friends and family.

This custom has been celebrated in Japan for many centuries and is seen as a symbol of the fleeting nature of life. Hanami is a popular activity, attracting thousands of visitors every year, and is celebrated throughout the country.

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