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The Maple leaves turned red in Inokashira Park

Shot at Inokashira Park in Kichijoji, Tokyo.

The maple-leaves in the park have turned crimson. The leaves were flapping in the wind and pleasure to the eye. The leaf peeping is called 'Momiji Gari', literally the hunt for maple leaf in Japan.

The history was long. And it was depicted in the Manyoshu, a collection of Japanese poetry which was written about 1300 years ago. Of course, I am also like to celebrate fall foliage. Yet I have a sense of closeness to the proverb. 'Better fill a man's belly than his eye.'

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Where is Inokasira Park?

DATA

Photo No

8

Shooting Date

Dec 2004

Posted On

January 1, 2005

Place

Inokashira park, Tokyo

Genre

Nature Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

Leaves dazzling

Tokyo

Notice in pond

Tokyo

Two swan in pond

Tokyo

couple sitting at root of tree

Tokyo

Silhouette of little girl

Tokyo

Accordionist

Tokyo

swan in woods

Tokyo

People waiting

Tokyo

queue in lane

Tokyo

Woman walking lane

Tokyo

Umbrella between leaves

Tokyo

Man putting betel nuts on betel leaves

Myanmar

Man setting out betel leaves

Myanmar

Piles of betel leaves

Myanmar

Woman selling Kun under eaves

Myanmar

Man making Kun

Myanmar

Woman making Kun

Myanmar

Florist thumbing up

Thailand

maple leaves

Tokyo

Man peddling with bicycle

Bangladesh

tobacconist with gray hair

India

Woman setting out betel leaves

Myanmar

Maple leaf

Tokyo

Boy selling betel leaves

India

Man holding out betel leaves

India

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