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How DC's National Cherry Blossom Festival became a celebrated US annual spring tradition
by Ashley Williams, AccuWeather staff writer
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10 March 2018
On 10 March 2018 AccuWeather reported:
The more than a century-old tradition of commemorating the continued close relationship between the United States and Japan has flourished into one of America's most celebrated springtime festivals. The festival honors Tokyo Mayor Yukio Ozaki's gift of 3,000 cherry trees to Washington, D.C., in 1912. The history of cherry trees in the nation's capital dates back to 1885, when Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore, an American writer, photographer, and the first female board member of the National Geographic Society, returned with the idea following the first of her many trips to Japan.
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