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What's going on in Japan? (No.36)

74 drinkers at cherry blossom parties taken to hospitals

Seventy-four people who drank to excess while viewing cherry blossoms were taken to hospitals for acute alcoholic poisoning in Tokyo in nine days, the largest number in five years.
Every spring, Japanese admire cherry blossoms throughout the nation, many over food and alcohol while sitting under the trees on blankets, even well into the night on weekdays.
This year, many people suffered acute alcoholic poisoning on April 1, a Sunday, April 6, a Friday, and April 7, a Saturday, when the weather was fine.
The Tokyo Fire Department is asking people to drink moderately and not to coerce others into drinking at cherry blossom viewing parties.

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