Saya Hiyama: Japanese weather queen goes viral over 'morning' gaffe

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Saya Hiyama, 28, looked very embarrassed after realising her mistake, as the show cut to an exterior shot of the city skyline swathed in darkness
A Japanese news anchor has gone viral after an on-air blunder.

Saya Hiyama was about to read her 8pm bulletin on Japan's 24-hour weather-focused news station Weathernews when she accidentally said 'morning'.

She looked very embarrassed after realising her mistake, as the show cut to an exterior shot of the city skyline swathed in darkness.

Whoops! Japan's 'weather queen' Saya Hiyama has gone viral again after a bizarre gaffe during her evening bulletin

'Good evening,' the 28-year-old journalist began. 'The time is around 20:00, November 12th, Weathernews Live... Morn-'

Saya suddenly paused then raised her hands to her mouth in disbelief.

'It's not morning, is it? I don't know why...' she said, blushing.

'I think it might be because I met Yui-Chan today. I…
Jesse Hyland, By Jesse Hyland For Daily Mail Australia
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