The Japanese have a word for viewing the Autumn colours - Momijigari

From the Japanese momiji (red leaves or maple tree) and kari (hunting), Momijigari is the Japanese tradition of going to visit scenic areas where leaves have turned red in the autumn.

東福寺の紅葉 (by nobuflickr)

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    For me, one of the best sights in the year!
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