The snowfall on Mt Fuji, which had just reached its first snowfall on September 28, has fall down to the foot of the mountain. Along with that, Kochia on the shores of Lake Kawaguchi is completely dyed in deep red. In spring, summer, autumn and winter, the seasonal flowers that bloom as if they are competing while looking up at Mt Fuji look more beautiful than the flowers that bloom on any places. It is the beauty just because Mt Fuji is in the background. Kochia also beautifully transitions from summer green to deep red, and eventually sheds its leaves. Kochia, which has lost its leaves, is also called Broom-tree, and it becomes a broom that sweeps the dust and even evil spirits of the year, and cleanses the entire country of Japan that spreads to the foot of Mt Fuji.