Japan's microseason for September 2–7 is 禾乃登 "Kokumono sunawachi minoru" which translates to "rice ripens". I love this time of the year when the rice fields are golden and they sway in the autumn breeze. The haiku shown above is written by Itoh Teijun and sums it up perfectly.
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