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Japanese culture is rich in symbolic representations:

1. Cherry Blossom (Sakura): The cherry blossom is one of the most iconic symbols in Japan. It represents the fleeting nature of life, beauty, and the arrival of spring. The annual blooming of cherry blossoms is celebrated with hanami (flower-viewing) festivals.

2. Mount Fuji: Mount Fuji, Japan's highest mountain, is a symbol of national pride and beauty. Its symmetrical shape and majestic presence have inspired artists, writers, and spiritual seekers throughout history.

3. Torii Gate: The torii gate is a traditional Japanese gate found at the entrance of Shinto shrines. It symbolizes the transition from the mundane world to the sacred realm and serves as a spiritual boundary.