Take A Look At Cavite’s Own Version Of Japan’s Cherry Blossoms

It’s spring and cherry blossoms in Japan are blooming. Wanting to go to Japan for Sakura viewing?

You don’t need a visa or passport to do this because cherry blossoms might just be kilometers away from your home.

Situated near Manila, the cherry blossom-like trees stands in De La Salle University Medical Center in Dasmariñas, Cavite. Apparently, those blossoming trees appeared to be pink tabebuia trees or the ‘balayong’ tree.

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With it being so famous in Japan, there is no doubt that it would be more famous in a place where cherry blossoms are rare. Passersby, students, and the medical staff are adorned by it’s blooming pink trees, falling petals, and ground that’s covered with pink flowers.

No need to go to Japan to see cherry blossoms.

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Several people have taken their most Instagram-worthy shots that caught the attention of many. Since then, photos of the trees have been circulating the internet.

Sakura ala Pinas.

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