Financial Times
Autumn in Tokyo: A Photo Essay
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Photography: Sybilla Patrizia
Article: Leo Lewis

“Guidebooks, social historians, wizened tea-ceremony masters, variety-show hosts and anyone else with a view on Japan will remind you, again and again, how uniquely important seasonality is to the island nation. And even if that is a bit of a confection, it’s a harmless one with plenty of truth in it. The often short passage from the stifling, unbearable muggy heat of Japan’s long summers to the brisk chill of autumn is very much a cause for celebration — a stint of comfort and physical beauty before the real bite of winter digs in.”

— via the Financial Times

Kyu Asakura House
Todoroki Valley
Rikugien Gardens