Japanese Artists Have Way Too Much Time to Play With Autumn Leaves

Watching colorful autumn leaves fall is scenic enough, but people in Japan are making something more beautiful from the ground.

Apparently, locals are investing time to make “ochiba art” now that the peak fall foliage viewing period is over.

The trend, also called “fallen leaf art,” makes use of fallen leaves to create natural masterpieces in homes, park grounds, sidewalks and streets. Disney and Pokemon characters are just few of many the inspirations.

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#落ち葉#落ち葉アート #落ち葉🍂 #いちょう#ぴかちゅう

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It’s ironic how dead leaves can look so alive and beautiful.

Design?何なんでしょう?#銀杏#落ち葉アート #落ち葉#art

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作った🍁 #梅小路公園 #エルモ #もみじ #どんぐり #落ち葉アート #落ち葉

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#落ち葉#落ち葉アート#hallokitty #いちょう #もみじ##ツバキ

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Now, you know what to do next fall.

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