If you think putting Cherry Blossoms on a beloved Nike runner is a great idea, then you’re not alone. Looking back at the shoe’s Legacy, Dylan Raasch actually created this simple silhouette with the idea of Japanese “zen” in mind. The tranquil and subdued upper perhaps creates an ode to the origins that the shoe was built upon. With the latest craze of the pending sequel release, the Swoosh shows us time and time again that the Roshe Run (aka Roshe One) still holds value. What do you think about the latest take on Japan’s Islands of Okinawa’s Cherry Blossoms? Check out some photos below and know this pair will available at select Nike retailers soon.