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Cherry blossoms shimmer as if suspended.
When it rains during cherry blossom season the Japanese call it hano-no-ame, or blossom rain. These dripping blooms conjure the sense of falling blossoms in spring rain—their ephemeral beauty imparting the bittersweet sense of mono-no-aware. But do not despair, for these glistening blossoms will shine in any weather!
Gold vermeil. Post backs, 2" long.