KSO-03 Sakura Fubuki
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Sakura Fubuki Wallpaper by KENSHO II
The term “Sakura Fubuki” refers to the way cherry blossom petals are scattered by the wind, resembling a snowstorm. Cherry blossoms called Sakura in Japanese represent the beauty of the mind, good sense, the beginning of new things and the fragility of life from Buddhism teaching. It is written in the Kojiki (Records of Ancient Matters) and Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan) that Shinto goddess Konoha No Sakuyabime scattered seeds from the top of a mountain make cherry blossoms bloom.
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Circle size: W 190 cm x L 190 cm = 3,61 m2
Circle size: W 74,8" x L 74,8" = 38,86 SqFt
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