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You’ll Fall for Japan’s Leaf Art

You’ll Fall for Japan’s Leaf Art

The crisp, clean air and falling golden leaves make autumn a season loved worldwide. Japan is no exception, and they’ve found a quintessential way to celebrate that fall feeling. Rather than blasting away the foliage with leaf blowers or scraping rakes across the ground in annoyance, kind souls with time and patience to spare are turning the fallen leaves into mini works of art.

Leaves are finding a new life as beloved characters like Winnie the Pooh or Pikachu, or as canvases for delicately carved snapshots of nature. Spotted on the streets and shrines in Japan, leaf art created with the brilliant hues of fall can make anyone who finds them feel just as warm and fuzzy inside as their favorite sweater.

So settle in and get cozy with your favorite blend of hot tea, and take a look at some of our favorite leaf art shared on social media ().

 

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Do you find fallen leaves amazing or annoying? Tell us why in the comments.

Featured Photo: Kelly Knox

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