The other day, my parents’ cars were covered with yellow dust which is very tiny and it is almost powder like.
This yellow dust is called Kousa (黄砂) in Japanese. Kousa rises into the sky in spring and falls in northwest China mostly that is visible as a haze in Japan.
Kousa flies from China to even Japan across the Sea of Japan. In northern Japan along the Japan Sea coast tend to be effected by Kousa. However, this year, Kousa covered Tokyo for after an interval of 6 years.
My throat sometimes feels strange because of powder Kousa. Kousa is so tiny that people breathe air with Kousa which is not healthy.
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