The Four Seasons. Each categorically distinct and uniquely celebrated. They’ve been emulated through music, dance, visual arts and even as an international luxury hotel brand—all avenues of interpretation backed with a stamp of prestige.
And not for nothing either. To wax poetic, spring and autumn have an integral purpose in the seasonal cycle, which is seemingly to buffer the hot and cold extremes of summer and winter. They don’t take their roles lightly either, especially not in Japan. Spring comes through lighthearted with a gush of flower blossoms, ornate cherry trees and a daintiness to offset the insufferable heat of a Japanese summer. Autumn is soldiered with stoic trees—their leaves roaring with vibrant red,
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