Mt. Daisen in western Tottori covered in “Seven Colours”

Introducing the autumn foliage of Mt. Daisen, which begins to change colours in early October and peaks from late to early November. The scenery of the forests at the foot of the mountain dyed in vermillion, orange and yellow is one of the most beautiful in Japan, with many tourists visiting from all over the country in search of this natural art.

Daisen, Tottori Prefecture’s famous peak, is often praised as “Mt. Fuji in the east, Daisen in the west.” Many people are moved by the way the whole mountain is dyed in seven colours.

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