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In subsequent games, the festival is not specifically celebrated, but the town's tree leaves (except for cedar trees) will be replaced with pink cherry blossom petals in early April. In ''City Folk'', this takes place from April 5 to April 7, while it takes place during the first ten days of April in ''New Leaf''.  
 
In subsequent games, the festival is not specifically celebrated, but the town's tree leaves (except for cedar trees) will be replaced with pink cherry blossom petals in early April. In ''City Folk'', this takes place from April 5 to April 7, while it takes place during the first ten days of April in ''New Leaf''.  
  
Additionally, in ''New Leaf'', the [[Town Tree|Town Tree's]] leaves will turn pink, with pink petals blowing across the town, and for the first time in the series, every fruit tree will be devoid of cherry blossom petals - their leaves remaining green.
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Additionally, in ''New Leaf'', the [[Town Tree|Town Tree's]] leaves will turn pink, and pink petals will blow around the town. And all fruit trees in the town will remain without pink leaves remaining green during this time, being the first Animal Crossing game to not allow fruit trees to bloom pink.
  
 
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