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  • 1. Sakura Namiki in Washington D.C., USA (photos compiled by Tuan Vu, Olympia, WA, USA, lyrics embedded by Dang Luong Mo of HCM City, VN)
    • MY DEAR LOVER
    • (translation by Dang Luong Mo)
    • On the evening when withered leaves are falling,
    • Telling of a cold that is coming,
    • I was sitting in the rain on a broken bench
    • Without a murmuring love song
    • My dear lover please stay by me
    • Just stay with me for I am being frozen
    • Tell me you are just kidding
    • By saying good-bye and please smile
    • A jogging man passing by
    • On the gravel road
    • Seems to seduce me who am standing still
    • As if I want to forget all
    • My dear lover good-bye
    • The seasons keep on changing though
    • The shooting star we were looking at that evening
    • Flashing and disappearing, has just become a heartless dream
    • My dear lover please stay by me
    • Just stay with me for I am being frozen
    • Tell me you are just kidding
    • By saying good-bye and please smile
    • KOIBITO-YO
    • Mayumi ITSUWA ca
    • Kareha chiru yuugure wa
    • Kuruhi no samusa wo monogatari
    • Ame ni kowareta benchi niwa
    • Ai wo sasayaku uta mo nai
    • Koibito yo, soba ni ite
    • Kogoeru watashi no soba ni ite yo
    • Soshite hitokoto kono wakare-banashi ga
    • Joudan da yo to waratte hoshii
    • Jarimichi wo kakeashi de
    • Marason bito ga yuki sugiru
    • Marude boukyaku wo nozomu youni
    • Tomaru watashi wo sasotte-iru
    • Koibito yo, sayonara
    • Kisetsu wa megutte kuru kedo
    • Anohi no futari, yoi no nagare-boshi
    • Hikatte wa kieru, mujou no yume yo
    • Koibito yo, soba ni ite
    • Kogoeru watashi no soba ni ite yo
    • Soshite hitokoto kono wakare-banashi ga
    • Joudan da yo to watte hoshii
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  • 5. Kareha chiru yuug (k) ure wa (On the evening when withered leaves are falling)
  • 6. Kuruhi no samusa wo monogatari (Telling of a cold that is coming)
  • 7. Ame ni kowareta benchi niwa Ai wo sasayaku uta mo nai (I was sitting in the rain on a broken bench Without a murmuring love song)
  • 8. Koibito yo soba ni ite (My dear lover please stay by me)
  • 9. Kogoeru watashi no soba ni ite yo (Just stay with me for I am being frozen)
  • 10. Soshite hitokoto kono wakarebanashi ga (Tell me you are just kidding, by saying good-bye…) Joudan da yo to…
  • 11. waratte hoshii (…and please smile)
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  • 14. Jarimichi wo kake-ashi de (On the gravel road,…)
  • 15. Marason bito ga yuki sugiru Marude boukyaku (wo) nozomu youni (A jogging man passing by) (As if I want to forget all)
  • 16. Tomaru watashi wo sasotte-iru (Seems to seduce me who am standing still)
  • 17. Koibito yo, sayonara (My dear lover good-bye)
  • 18. Kisetsu wa megutte kuru kedo Anohi no futari yoi no nagareboshi (The seasons keep on changing though) (A shooting star we were looking at that evening)
  • 19. Hikatte wa kieru mujou no yume yo (Flashing and disappearing, has just become a heartless dream)
  • 20. Koibito yo, soba ni ite (My dear lover please stay by me)
  • 21. Kogoeru watashi no soba ni ite yo Soshite hitokoto… (Just stay with me for I am being frozen) (Tell me…)
  • 22. Joudan da yo to… … kono wakarebanashi ga (…you are just kidding) (By saying good-bye…)
  • 23. … waratte hoshii (…and please smile)
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  • 25. History of Cherry Trees in America
    • City of Tokyo gave 3,000 Cherry trees to Washington, D.C., in 1912.
    • 3,800 more Cherry trees were given in 1965.
    • In 1981 the cycle of giving came full circle. Japanese horticulturalists came to take cuttings from our trees to replace Yoshino cherry trees in Japan which had been destroyed in a flood.
    • Cuttings from a famous 1500 years old Japanese cherry tree in Gifu province were planted in Washington D.C.
    • - The National Cherry Blossom Festival annually commemorates the gifts of Japan to America