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Japan is a country blessed with nature and a climate that clearly distinguishes the four seasons, but autumn is a season in which one can especially feel the change of seasons. As the phrase "Kinshu" (brocade autumn) suggests, the leaves and fruits of the trees turn into "Nishiki" (colorful brocade), creating an "elegant" scene. However, the appearance of the leaves and berries shines for a brief moment and then fades away, and this transient nature also accentuates the beauty of autumn as "the beauty of things. The trees with only a few nuts and leaves remaining after the autumn brocade have an air of "apology" and "sabi," or "loneliness.