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  1. The Meguro River (目黒川, Meguro-gawa) is a river which flows through Tokyo and is a popular spot for cherry blossom viewing in the spring. March 27 was the Cherry blossom day (桜の日, Sakura no Hi) so a perfect day for a build featuring the Cherry blossoms. Meguro-gawa by Ids, on Flickr Thanks for looking.
  2. Hi to all, my new creation! Baron Nicolas and madame Josephine visiting a cherry blossom park. Cherry Blossom Alley by Nikola Đurić, on Flickr Cherry Blossom Alley by Nikola Đurić, on Flickr Cherry Blossom Alley by Nikola Đurić, on Flickr Cherry Blossom Alley by Nikola Đurić, on Flickr
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    Building a Cherry Blossom Tree

    Hi, Here is my cherry blossom tree built mostly with flower pieces. The main technique is to keep the flower petals on their sprues, connected my stem pieces. LEGO Tree in Blossom by James Shields, on Flickr A run down of the method follows... 1. First attach stalks to each corner of the flower sprue. 2. Next, attach to the foliage piece, and keep adding more flower sprues. 3. Add further flower pieces. Connect to the foliage where you can, but it doesn't matter if stems are only connected to flower sprues. 4. Keep going past the edges so that flower sprues hang down on floating stems. 5. The completed section from underneath. 6. Next, attach a plate with vertical bar (or any part with a bar for a strong connection to the foliage) to your tree branch. 7. ...which should be attached to your tree... 8. Push the bar of the plate into one of the holes of the foliage. 9. The top of the canopy reapplied. 10. And another view of the finished tree