Sakura (cigarette)

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A pack of Japanese Sakura cigarettes with a health warning displayed
Product type Cigarette
Owner Japan Tobacco
Discontinued 2011

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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