It feels surreal. With the recent March 20 equinox, spring had arrived in Japan's capital. In Shinjuku Central Park, in the renowned commercial and administrative center of Tokyo, about a dozen parents with kids visited the playground while many sat and looked at the blooming cherry blossoms. Only half of them wore masks.
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