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14 examples found containing '梅 '
うめ
はな
さんがつ
3月
さく
Plum blossoms come out in March.
うめ
はな
さんがつ
3月

Ume blossoms come out in March.
うめ
かいか
開花
きかん
期間
なが
ので
はな
なが
たの
しめる
ところいいです
The blooming period for plums is long, so it's nice to be able to enjoy the flowers for a long while.
うめ
はな
こんしゅう
今週
みどころ
見所
です
The plum blossoms are at their best this week.
くろず
黒酢
はちみつ
づけ
うめ
エキス fragment, headline etc.
ume extract steeped in honey with black vinegar added
はな
うめ
さんがつ
3月
みうめ
実梅
さんがつ
3月
きます

The 'hanaume' (flowering) variation blooms between January and March, while the 'miume' (fruit-bearing) variation blooms between February and March.
うめ
かお
にお

The Japanese apricot tree is fragrant.
うめ
クエン
さん
ハチミツ
つか
スッキリです
The citric acid of ume combined with honey will refresh you, even if you’re tired
うめ
はな
ほころ
きせつ
季節
なりました
It’s time for ume blossoms to appear.
わたし
たち
うめ
はな
ゆうめい
有名
みと
水戸
こうえん
公園
った

We visited Mito Park, which is famous for its plum blossoms.
うめ
はな
こんしゅう
今週
みごろ
見頃
です
The ume blossoms are at their best this week.
ようかん
羊羹
よる
うめ
たび
はな
よる
うめ
けしき
景色
しの
ばれます

Whenever I see the sweet bean jelly called night ume, it reminds me of ume blossoms in the shadows of night.
うめ
つぼみ
より
あり kotowaza
Talent shows early (literally: a plum smells good from the bud).
うめ
さね
なか
てんじん
天神
ござる kotowaza
Don’t eat ume pits; a heavenly god sleeps inside them
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