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National Cherry Blossom Festival Google Easter Egg

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National Cherry Blossom Festival Google Easter Egg


If you go to Google and search for [National Cherry Blossom Festival] or [cherry blossom] or [hanami season] and so on, Google will give you a Cherry Blossom flower to click on that will trigger Google to have flower pedals to fall from the top of the search results page to the bottom.

Here is a GIF I made of it on mobile, but it should work on desktop as well:

Google Easter Egg For National Cherry Blossom Festival

The National Cherry Blossom Festival is a spring celebration in Washington, D.C., commemorating the March 27, 1912, gift of Japanese cherry trees from Mayor Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo City to the city of Washington, D.C. Wikipedia.

I spotted this via Reddit with a thanks to Danny Goodwin.

Forum discussion at Reddit.





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2022 Google Doodle For Seasonal Holidays

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2022 Google Doodle For Seasonal Holidays

Google has posted its “Seasonal Holidays” Google Doodle for the month of December – the holiday month. Google did this last year as well, and while the past few days we had some other special Doodles on Google’s home page, when those Doodles came off, Google put up this Season Holidays Doodle up.

Unlike last year, clicking on the Seasonal Holidays Google Doodle does nothing, last year it took you to a query for seasonal holidays.

The specific holiday decorations for [Christmas], [Hanukkah] and [Kwanzaa] are not fully live yet. Those holidays kick off in a couple weeks this year, so we got some time.

Here is that Seasonal Holidays Doodle from 2021:

Happy holidays all!

Forum discussion at Twitter.



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