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Except for the mask, this is very nice.

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Sakura, in bloom already? Really?

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Suppose to be two weeks earlier this year.

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That is most likely haya-zakura, the early blossoming variety. The prediction for the somei-yoshino variety 'blossoming front' in Tokyo area is sometime around March 19th; early this year as mentioned by Zichi.

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It will be early this year because we have no winter.

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Ditch the mask, dude!!! Please, JT, use photos without these useless masks. Showing a mask-wearer just reinforces the myth that they are useful. Check the science at CDC and other scientific sources.

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I'm sorry, my student said I should have said 'It will be early this year because we have had no winter'. Thank you child!

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Ditch the mask, dude!!! Please, JT, use photos without these useless masks. Showing a mask-wearer just reinforces the myth that they are useful. Check the science at CDC and other scientific sources.

If the masks were not necessary, why those who take the temperature to the tourists in the airports wear a mask ????????????????....

USE MASK IS SAFER !!..

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Sakura, in bloom already? Really?

Yes. Climate change has effects.

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