Cosmos, a beautiful flower a with petals lined up in an orderly fashion, receives its name from Latin (orderly and beautiful). It is known in Japanese as Cosmos or Autumn Sakura as it blooms in autumn. September 14th, which arrives exactly half a year after White Day, is known as Cosmos Day, a day where lovers exchange cosmos flowers with one another. The best time to view the long-blooming cosmos is between the end of August and the beginning of November. It’s a lovely idea to visit a flower garden and view the lavishly blooming red cosmos flowers as they also hold the meaning of “love” in flower language. Today we have a special feature of illustrations depicting the flower of love and devotion, the cosmos. Please take a look!