Koyo, Red Leaves and the Colors of Autumn, Big in Japan, Catch them While you Can

Koyo, red leaves (whose colors might have faded by now) 

The colors of autumn, big in Japan!

Autumn Leaves Grover Cleveland Park

If I can trust GaijinPot Travel map, best places to still catch them early December are in Kiyomizudera (Kyoto) and near Kintaikyo Bridge in Yamaguchi.

Catch them while you can!

Tradition in Transition for Tokyo Thursdays #318

(* Not even Half-Japanese photo, snapshot today at Grover Cleveland Park)

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