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見頃, みごろ

  • migoro

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • best time to see

Examples of 見頃,みごろ in a Sentence

見ごろ
The cherry blossoms are at their best.
今週がいちばんの見頃
The cherry blossoms are at their best this week.
がいちばん見ごろです
The cherry blossoms are at their best now.
上野見ごろ
The cherry blossoms at Ueno are at their best now.
見頃です
The cherry blossoms are at their best.
見頃です
The cherry blossoms are at their best.
毎年祭り催される
Every year, a festival is held when it is the best time to see the cherry trees.
私たち見頃うちワシントンに着いた。
We got to Washington in time for the cherry blossoms.

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