Ten Gorgeous Pictures of Japanese Autumn Foliage in Japan

While the Japanese tradition of hanami, or cherry blossom viewing, is more famous, there is also a time-honored version for the fall. The autumn foliage is anticipated every year, and the leaves turn color in what is called the "foliage front" from Hokkaido to Kyoto in the months between September and December.

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Mt. Fuji, Yamanashi

 

Yamanakako Lake, Yamanashi

 

Kiyomizudera's Foliage, Kyoto

 

Oyasu Canyon, Akita

 

 

Arima Onsen, Hyogo

Kinkakuji-temple, Kyoto

 

Chionin, Kyoto

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Daigoji-temple, Kyoto

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Komyoji-temple, Kyoto

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