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花盛り, 花ざかり, はなざかり

  • hanazakari


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • flowers in full bloom
  • time of year in which flowers are in full bloom


  • the age at which someone (esp. a woman) is at the peak of their beauty


  • booming or peaking (in popularity)

Examples of 花盛り,花ざかり,はなざかり in a Sentence

The roses in the garden are in full bloom.
As a poet he flowered in his twenties.

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