1 / 21

FILE - In this April 3, 2010 file photo, a man takes pictures of cherry blossoms along the Oka River in Yokohama, near Tokyo. The cherry trees will blossom soon in Japan. In this time of national grieving, the cherry blossoms will bring home the awareness of hakanasa with a strange kind of force _ one that doesn't strike but sinks into the soul like heat from a hot spring or fire from a sake bottle, to become a sight that brings sorrow and solace in equal measure. The fragility of technologically-advanced Japan was exposed in the most terrifying way in the earthquake and tsunami that devastated the northeast. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara, File)

FILE - In this April 3, 2010 file photo, a man takes pictures of cherry blossoms along the Oka River in Yokohama, near Tokyo. The cherry trees will blossom soon in Japan. In this time of national grieving, the cherry blossoms will bring home the awareness of hakanasa with a strange kind of force _ one that doesn't strike but sinks into the soul like heat from a hot spring or fire from a sake bottle, to become a sight that brings sorrow and solace in equal measure. The fragility of technologically-advanced Japan was exposed in the most terrifying way in the earthquake and tsunami that devastated the northeast.

Cerezos en flor alrededor del mundo

En Japón lo llaman "sakura" y es un evento social, en el resto del mundo un suceso de gran belleza