What Is the National Flower of Japan?

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The national flower for Japan is Cherry Blossom, which is also known as Sakura. It represents the great Japan Emperor. The Cherry Blossom also symbolizes peace.
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the chrysanthemum Most people would say that the Cherry Blossom(Sakura) is the National Flower of Japan. But the Yellow Chrysanthemum and the Japanese Apricot are actually supposed
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Japan actually has three national flowers, first of all the Chrysanthemum which is a symbol of the emperor and is on his crest, his throne is also named after the Chrysanthemum. Secondly
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It is thought that the sampaguita flower was brought to the Philippines by traders from communities living in the Himalayan mountains in the 17th century. It became the national flower
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There is not a designated national flower for Japan. People commonly refer to the chrysanthemum as the national flower of Japan, but it isn't documented as such.
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