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The History of Japan’s Majestic Fall Colors

Oct 25, 2022 By Bert Wishart

Japan's most popular season for tourists is undoubtedly spring. When the cherry blossoms bloom, people from inside Japan and worldwide gather in popular, beautiful spots to bask in the traditional...[ Click to read more ]

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Koyo, or Fall Colors in Kobe

Oct 20, 2022 By Admin

Visitors flock to Japan in spring to see the cherry blossoms, but the leaves changing color in fall are just as impressive. Called koyo in Japanese, it is as much...[ Click to read more ]

Tokyo fall Colors Kinuta Park

Koyo, or Fall Colors in Tokyo

Oct 16, 2022 By Jason Gatewood

One great thing about Japan is that all four seasons' splendor can be appreciated wherever you live. And this heightened awareness of seasonal beauty is complemented nicely by Japan's plentiful...[ Click to read more ]

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Daisho-In Temple: The Alternative to Itsukushima Shrine on Miyajima

Nov 29, 2021 By Michael Stigall

While it may not be as famous or frequently photographed as Itsukushima Shrine, Daisho-In Temple on Miyajima is just as beautiful and absolutely worthy of a visit. It’s so beautiful...[ Click to read more ]

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Koyo, or Fall Colors in Hiroshima

Oct 15, 2021 By Bert Wishart

The Japanese are proud of the four distinct seasons that Japan offers and is very conscious of changing the seasons around them. They often celebrate little, or not so little,...[ Click to read more ]

Fall for Nagoya; What to do in Autumn near Nagoya

Sep 28, 2021 By Bert Wishart

Can you feel that? That feeling that a weight has lifted from your shoulders? That's right, the oppressive Japanese summer has gone, and autumn is finally with us. The fall...[ Click to read more ]

Autumn Food in Nagoya

Sep 28, 2021 By Bert Wishart

Ask any Japanese what their favorite season is (there are four seasons in Japan, as you may have heard), and there is a strong chance that they will tell you...[ Click to read more ]

Harvest Time in Kansai

Sep 24, 2020 By Justin Hanus

Harvest time in autumn/fall is important across the world. Each region has different rituals associated with this time of year (September – November). In Japan, the autumn harvest is celebrated...[ Click to read more ]

Color Bathing at Sandan-kyo in Hiroshima

Oct 31, 2019 By Hugh Cann

photo by Netanya Fink Come Autumn (or Fall, if you’re from the USA or in the unlikely event that you’re from pre-industrial revolution England), the colours of the leaves change...[ Click to read more ]

The Appetite of Autumn: Japanese Fall Foods

Sep 09, 2016 By Bert Wishart

The return of oden to convenience stores in around mid-August Japan is a signal that fall is coming, and for many this means relief from the oppressive heat and humidity that kills...[ Click to read more ]

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