Japanese Community Plants Sakura Flowers in Bali

DENPASAR

The Japanese Sakura flower also known as “Cherry Blossom” is incorporated in the Regency of Karangasem, Bali. The “Japan Sakura Exchange Association” (JSEA) has given a total of 300 flower seeds to the Government of the Regency of Karangasem.

The flower seeds are planted at several locations in the area of Karangasem. Planting the Sakura flower is to mark the improvement of cooperation with the Japanese government in the Regency of Karangasem. Karangasem Regent, I Wayan Geredeg, feels proud to have an incredible appreciation of the Japanese people.

“We expect this relationship is not only limited to plant cherry blossoms, but also to increase the collaboration within the working field,” he said in his press conference in Denpasar.

According to him, in Karangasem regency abundant human resources that can be employed in Japan.

Coordinator JSEA, Mori Kazuchika, said that planting of cherry blossoms aims to perpetuate the relationship between Japanese society and the Karangasem regency.

“I promise I will continue to monitor the growth and development of the cherry blossoms in Karangasem regency to determine the ability of the cherry seeds grown in all seasons,” he said, accompanied by 30 members of JSEA and representatives from the University of Ehime, Japan.

A total of 300 flower seeds of cherry blossoms are scheduled to be planted in the district of Rendang, Palak Besakih Village, District Bebandem, UPTD Jasri, and several locations in Taman Ujung and Tirta Ganga.

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