Moerenuma Park is a large art park in the outskirts of Sapporo, Japan. It was designed by Isamu Noguchi, a Japanese-American sculptor, as a work of sculpture art in itself. Surrounded by the Moere marsh, the grounds are covered in attractive green space and there are massive, dramatic features that make the park a very unique public space. It has artificial mountains, glass pyramid, a variety of objects, play equipment areas, and so forth. They are arranged in an orderly manner, and the landscape can be enjoyed as a fusion of nature and art. This is a short documentary film about one day in the fall at Moerenuma Park and a sequel of my previous film THE SPRING OF MOERE (2019).