What Do Cherry Blossoms Represent in Japanese Tattoos?

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The fallen cherry blossom is not taken lightly in Japanese symbolism. It often represents the beauty of snow and there are many connections made in Japanese literature or poetry to a fallen cherry blossom and snow. This also has been extended to the life of a warrior whose life was ended early in battle.
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The meaning of Japanese Cherry blossom For the Japanese, the beautiful period of its flowering and then the all too soon fading and subsequent scattering of petals on the wind, symbolizes
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1. Place the point of your pencil in the center of the location where you want your flower. 2. Draw a tear-shaped petal starting at the point where you laid down your pencil. This
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For the Chinese the cherry blossom is a very significant symbol of power
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It's just something unique to Japan, like kimono, sushi, geisha, shamisen, etc etc. Sakura are beautiful and they represent change in Japan, in fact they have a festival in the spring
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