In Japan, sakura awakens first in Okinawa. Unlike sakura in mainland Japan, Okinawa sakura doesn’t grow in packs. Instead, they sprinkle all over the island, from Mt. Yae to the street of Naha. Every January, follow Meijiro’s singing, and you will discover a blooming sakura tree, quietly reaching to the sky, waiting to be found.
I stumbled upon a peaceful old village in Oogimi (part of Yambaru region of Okinawa). The area is split by a river. One by one, fully bloom sakura flowers dive into the water, continue on a journey to the sea. Driven by the current, the flowers spin as if they were saying goodbye to the mother tree.
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