Photo: Motohiko Nakajima expressing “cherry blossom” in sign language

Motohiko Nakajima expressed “cherry blossom” in sign language after he scored a goal for Cerezo Osaka U-23 against Gamba Osaka U-23 today. He explained why he did it after the game, saying it was because he made a promise to win the derby and do it with kids when he visited a special school.


This is how we say “cherry blossom” (or “sakura”) in Japanese sign language.

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