Sakura - Netflix

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Mizusawa Sakura is the ultimate "good listener". In the morning, she hears the voices of listeners as the DJ of a small FM radio network. In the afternoon, she lends a ear to residents' complaints at the inquiry counter of Komagome Chuo Police Precinct's Community Safety Division. At night, she obtains information from regular customers at the small restaurant which her grandmother Ume, a former police woman, runs. Once a case occurs, Sakura will hide her identity and go undercover. She is actually a special investigator under the orders of "Iron Lady" Igarashi Kyoko, the chief of the police precinct. Sakura partners the hot-blooded detective Takeuchi Masato whom she frequently encounters at investigation scenes, and unlocks the mysteries of the cases

Sakura - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 54 minutes

Premier: 2014-10-20

Sakura - Sakura Sakura - Netflix

“Sakura Sakura” (さくら さくら, “Cherry blossoms, cherry blossoms”), also known as “Sakura”, is a traditional Japanese folk song depicting spring, the season of cherry blossoms. It is often sung in international settings as a song representative of Japan. Contrary to popular belief, the song did not originate in ancient times; it was a popular, urban melody of the Edo period.

Sakura - Lyrics - Netflix

The original lyrics are listed as the second verse in the table below. In 1941, the Ministry of Education published a new verse in Uta no hon (うたのほん 教師用 下) which was listed first, with the original verse listed second.

Sakura - References - Netflix