Sakura (cigarette)

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A pack of Sakura cigarettes

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Sakura cigarettes are produced and sold exclusively in Japan, by Japan Tobacco. As of 2011, the brand has been discontinued.

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They are of traditional Japanese cigarette sizes: short (70 mm) or king size (85 mm) or long (100 mm). They come within a soft or hard pack, 10 or 20 cigarettes per pack. The Japanese word Sakura means "cherry blossoms". They are sold within the cities of Kagoshima and Miyazaki only.[1]

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