Before the full colours of autumn become visible in Tokyo, there are the equally vivid ones of Shichi-Go-San; a custom that sees kids of a certain age get dressed up in kimonos and taken to their local temple or shrine.
And quite understandably, photographs seem to be the biggest focus of the day. Something that the youngsters, to their credit, appear to deal with very patiently.
Or at least they do when it’s a family member taking the photo. But when it’s not, they don’t.