A wallpaper inspired by a beautiful haiku written by the poet Yasuhara Teishitsu
Is all I can say,
For the cherries that grow.
On Mount Yoshino.
The lure of cherry blossom runs deeper than its obvious beauty. Its poignant transience, as it blossoms for no more than a few days, is far from a symbol of sadness, on the contrary! A blue plastic sheet is spread under each tree in blossom for the pleasure of sitting under a delicate shower of petals. The blossoming of sakura is when hanami takes place, which is much more than a celebration: it is a thousand-year-old love, an endless wonderment, perpetuated in the most candid tradition of the East.