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Japan’s Annual “Sunset Panda” Tradition Almost Thwarted By Clouds

Posted by Hoob on October 13th, 2015
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Japan has some pretty weird stuff, but it’s also the land of kawaii. That’s why it isn’t really surprising that someone figured out that for two autumn sunsets a year, the setting sun passing behind an NTT antenna tower in Akashi City, Hyogo, creates the adorable image of a panda.

A crowd gathered this year, for the October 12, 5:28pm Sunset Panda, despite drizzle and clouds, in hopes of seeing the kawaii image pop into view.

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One group in particular, called the Yuyake Panda Mitemitai—meaning “I wanna see the Sunset Panda!” and “The Sunset Panda Viewing Corps” videoed the experience from the Akashi Municipal Planetarium.

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