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Like the short-lived blossoms of the somei-yoshino , young Japanese men were expected to bloom and fall for the emperor during the war. Crucially, Abe includes an interview with the grandson of a woman, Tome Torihama, who owned a restaurant designated as a break place for training Kamikaze pilots. While they wrote cherry blossom poems during their final days to be sent home via official, censored routes, many posted letters home secretly through Torihama that expressed fear and unwillingness to sacrifice themselves something then considered treason.
The 15th of a line of sakuramori, Toemon Sano, risked his life to protect a small selection of the rarest varieties, including one that Ingram had reintroduced to Japan just before the war; scions of the Taihaku Great White , named after its huge white blossoms, were repeatedly sent by Ingram to Sano and another sakuramori , Masuhiko Kayama, but perished each time in transit. Finally, in , one was dispatched embedded in a potato, and arrived alive. During the war, efforts to preserve species of cherry in both England and Japan read like efforts to preserve friendship — and the symbol of diversity and peace that the cherry tree once was — through desperate times.
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