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Cherry Blossom Festival
CherryBlossomNL2
Appearance Animal Crossing,
Animal Forest e+,
Wild World,
City Folk,
New Leaf
Occurs April 5th through 7th (PG, AFE+)
April 1st through 10th (WW, CF, NL)
Special character Tortimer (in Animal Crossing only)
ACGC Cherry Blossom Festival

The Cherry Blossom Festival is an event in the Animal Crossing series in early April.

Appearances

In Animal Crossing

The town undergoes an incredible change during the Cherry Blossom Festival. Regardless of whether or not any cherry trees have been planted in the town, all deciduous trees will burst into pink bloom, and pink petals will fall from the sky. Town villagers become very excited about this sudden transformation and if Tortimer visited, he will explain more about the festival and its meaning to the town. At the end of his explanation, Tortimer will give award the Pink Tree Model. During the festival, the hourly music is slightly different.

At the Wishing Well, various villagers gather to celebrate, sitting on tatami mats and eating picnic foods in the Japanese version, with special music that differs between the N64 version (and subsequent Japanese versions for the Gamecube) and American Gamecube version. The Japanese version is a traditional song based on Japanese folk music, while the American version is more blissful and suited for an American audience. Eventually, the N64 version of the song was remixed as Spring Blossoms, a secret song obtainable from K.K. Slider.

In Wild World and City Folk

MotherCherryBlossom

Mom mails a letter during the festival.

In subsequent games, the event is not specifically celebrated, but all of the non-fruit and non-evergreen trees' leaves will be replaced with pink cherry blossom petals, and will continue to be so through the duration of the Flower Fest.

In New Leaf

Similarly to City Folk, there is no festival, but the non-fruit and non-evergreen tree leaves will be replaced with pink cherry blossom petals during the first ten days of April in New Leaf. Blossom petals can be seen falling from the sky on some days.

Gallery

Animal Crossing

Wild World and City Folk

New Leaf

Videos

Animal Forest Music - Spring Blossoms02:03

Animal Forest Music - Spring Blossoms

The music for the Cherry Blossom Festival in Animal Forest for the Nintendo 64.

Animal Crossing Music Cherry Blossom Festival Party00:29

Animal Crossing Music Cherry Blossom Festival Party

The music for the Cherry Blossom Festival in Animal Crossing for the Nintendo Gamecube.

Trivia


Events
Aflogo Af+logo Animal Afe+logo Animal Crossing Wild World Logo Animal Crossing- City Folk (logo) Animal Crossing New Leaf logo
January: New Year's DayLa-Di-DayFishing TourneyTortimer's VacationYay DayFlea Market
February: Groundhog DayFishing TourneyBright NightsValentine's DayTortimer's VacationFlea MarketFestivaleLeap Day
March: Fishing TourneyFestivaleBunny DaySpring Sports Fair
April: April Fool's DayCherry Blossom FestivalNature DayFishing TourneyWeeding DayBunny Day
May: Spring CleaningMother's DayFishing Tourney
June: Graduation DayFather's DayBug OffFishing TourneySummer Solstice
July: Fireworks ShowMorning AerobicsHometown DayBug Off
August: Fireworks ShowMeteor ShowerFounder's DayMorning AerobicsBug Off
September: Labor DayFall Sports FairHarvest Moon FestivalAutumn MoonBug Off
October: Explorer's DayMushrooming SeasonHarvest Moon FestivalHalloweenFishing Tourney
November: Mayor's DayOfficer's DayFishing TourneyHarvest FestivalSale Day
December: Snow DayWinter SolsticeToy DayNew Year's EveCountdown

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