Sakura

[cigarette] . Sakura cigarettes are produced and sold exclusively in Japan, by Japan Tobacco. As of 2011, the brand has been discontinued. ==Brand Description== They are of traditional Japanese cigarette sizes: short (70 mm) or king size (85 mm) or long (100 mm). They come within a soft or hard pack, 10 or 20 cigarettes per pack. The Japane...
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Sakura

[name] Sakura (さくら, サクラ) is a common Japanese feminine given name which can also be used as a surname. ==Possible writings== Sakura can be written using different kanji characters and can mean: The given name can also be written in hiragana or katakana. ==People== === Given name === === Surname === === Stage name === ...
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Sakura

[NHK] It chronicles the life of Matsushita Sakura, a Sansei (third-generation) Japanese-American living in Hawaii. She moves to a small town in Japan to be an assistant language teacher for Japanese middle-school students. The show, lasting only 15 minutes long, is on every morning except Sunday, every week. Sakura first comes to Japan livi...
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Sakura

[Saori at Destiny song] `sakura` is the debut major single (second overall) of Japanese singer Saori@destiny, released on March 26, 2008 in Japan by D-topia Entertainment. The title track is a cover of Kyogo Kawaguchi`s song of the same name. The single debuted and peaked at #108 in the Oricon charts. ==Track list== ==Chart performance== .....
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Sakura

[ship] Several ships have been named `cherry blossom`: == See also == ...
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Sakura

[train] The Cherry Blossom is a high-speed shinkansen service operated between {ja-stalink|Shin-Ōsaka} and Kagoshima in Japan since 12 March 2011. It was formerly a limited express sleeper train service operated by JR Kyushu, which ran from {ja-stalink|Tokyo} to {ja-stalink|Nagasaki||Nagasaki} and {ja-stalink|Sasebo} in Kyushu, Japan. The ...
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Sakura

Cherry blossom. In full, it is sakura no hana. Sakura-Fubuki means shower of cherry blossoms (as they fall from the tree) and sakura no ki means cherry tree. Double cherry blossom is called yae-sakura
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Sakura

Japanese word for `cherry blossoms.” In anime, cherry blossoms are a symbol of death.
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Sakura

Japanese word for cherry blossom. The blossoming of cherry trees is a really important thing in Japan and there is a lot of symbolism attached to them (falling cherry blossoms are often used to represent loss). It is also a popular girls name. Pronounced 'sah-ku-rah'
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Sakura

Means cherry blossom, or cherry blossom tree. Sakura hold a very special place in the Japanese heart. As far back as the 10th century the blossom has been considered the national flower, and it has been the subject of poetry, prose, and paintings over the ages. From the 10th century to the present day, hanami or "flower viewing" parties have been h...
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Sakura

Sakura is a Japanese name for girls. The meaning is `cherry blossom` The name Sakura is most commonly given to American girls. The name sounds like: Sagara, Sucorra, Socorra, Socaria, Secorra Similar names are: Bakura, Jakira, Sabra, Sadira, Sahara, Sahra, Samara, Samira, Safira, Sarra, Sara, Saira, Shakira, Yakira
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