Japanese company caught out for over-processing autumn leaves photo at popular tourist site

Originally published on Sora News by Oona McGee


Japan’s fall foliage is beautiful at this time of year, but it definitely doesn’t look like this.

One of the most popular times of year to travel in Japan is autumn, when the temperatures are just right and nature puts on a remarkable display as the leaves change colour, creating bright hues of orange, yellow and red on the landscape.

So it’s only natural that companies in the travel industry are currently sharing photos of the autumn leaves at popular tourist sites in an attempt to get people out and about. That’s what Japanese map publisher Zenrin did

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