Produce : Higashikara
Mifuneyama Rakuen
Music : "Tendrils" by Podington Bear (

Just as they do with the viewing of the cherry blossoms in the spring, the people of Japan look forward to the colors of the autumn leaves.
In autumn, this small and narrow island nation becomes dyed in shades of red, and the beauty of these colors have captured our imagination since ancient times. During the Heian period it was common practice to enjoy the changing colors of the mountains from afar. But from the Edo period, people would lay out sheets under the autumn leaves and bring bento meals and sake for festivities that were comparable to those of cherry blossom viewing parties.



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