〜Image of fall season 海の月〜

I found this phrase while searching for a term for the autumn season.  But at first, I just thought, “Is it `jellyfish`?”.  For, the combination of the first two characters, “ocean” and “moon”, means “jellyfish” to Japanese people, probably from the image of the moon drifting under the sea.

Later, however, I found out the two letters mean a bright moon reflecting on the water, and the term roughly means the bright moon shining over the ocean is so clear as if in response to the clear water.


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