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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
The Cherry Blossom Festival holds the honor of being one of the longest running, ethnic festivals in the State, celebrating the Japanese culture and heritage through community events. One of the highly-anticipated events is the Festival Ball where a new Cherry Blossom Queen and Court will be crowned. The Honolulu Japanese Junior Chamber of Commerce sponsors the 62nd Cherry Blossom Festival that spans from January to March 2014.
Here on Sunrise to talk more about the events and her experience as last year's Cherry Blossom Queen is Crystine Ito.