Satellite images show that the “hongyeshou” in southern Japan can last until early December

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b0f52370f9c3f02 - Satellite images show that the "hongyeshou" in southern Japan can last until early December

on November 29, 2021, the operational land imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 obtained this natural color image of North Central Kyushu, which is the southernmost of the four largest islands in Japan. Colorful vegetation can be seen on the hillside and lowland of Kyushu ASU National Park

it is impossible to know the exact source of color only from this satellite image, but it is likely to be a combination of evergreen trees, deciduous trees, grass, shrubs and farmland. Deciduous trees turn yellow, orange and red in various hues; The grass in this area will turn brilliant gold

this fall, tourists were asked to stay away from Mount ASU, Japan’s largest active volcano. After the eruption on October 20, 2021, its ash reached 3.5 kilometers (2.2 miles). As of November 18, the Japan Meteorological Agency still asked people to stay at least one kilometer away from the mountain

the nearby kuju mountain may be a safer place to watch autumn this year. According to the Japanese travel guide, this area “consists of several mountains, of which kuju mountain is the most impressive mountain, which can let you see eye-catching autumn scenery in autumn”

Akiba has been a part of Japanese culture for thousands of years. It appeared in poetry in the Nara era (710-794). From the middle of the Edo era (1603-1868), ordinary people began to look for Akiba. In Japan, the ornamental red leaf is called momijiari, which is translated as “red leaf hunting”