Or “moon being eaten”. That’s how you say “lunar elipse” in Japanese: 月食。It was pretty spectacular, though my iPhone certainly doesn’t do it justice. It looked like you could pick it out of the sky with a pair of chopsticks.
At about 9 pm, just starting to “be eaten”, though it’s hard to tell from this photo. It was a very, very bright moon.
An hour later, orange and very 3D:
And here are some more profesional photos and captions for your reading practice:
“See it! Super Blue Moon eclipse photos” (from Earth Sky)
“Tokyo’s View of the Total Lunar Eclipse” (from Japan Forward)