The blurry area at upper left was caused by reflected sunlight.
Rover-1A carries four cameras and Rover-1B has three so stereo images of Ryugu's surface can be created.
Hayabusa2 released the Minerva-II 1 rovers toward a point about 140 meters north of Ryugu's equator on Friday afternoon Japan time.
You'll be waiting a while for the samples to return.
One key detail of both rovers is the ability to "hop" so as to move across the surface of the asteroid and explore multiple areas.
"Each of the rovers is operating normally and has started surveying Ryugu's surface", JAXA said in a statement.
They will also measure the surface temperature ahead of Hayabusa2's own landing late next month. Operations with MASCOT are scheduled to begin in October, with the first touchdown planned for October 3, 2018.
The diameter of the Ryuga, which is located between Earth and Mars, about 900 m. the "Hayabusa-2" was launched to the asteroid in December 2014 from the Baikonur cosmodrome on the island of Tanegashima.
The agency called JAXA, confirmed the successful landing Saturday and posted photos taken by the little landers online.
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Amazingly, one more picture taken amid one of the wanderer's bounces on the space rock surface made the Project MINERVA-II1 group exceptionally cheerful.
Expressing his joy over the success of the project, Takashi Kubota, a spokesman for the space agency, said that he felt awed by the achievement and that it is a real charm of deep space exploration.
An artist's impression of the MINERVA-II1 landers deployed by Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft.
Work decimalise from YaPONSKOGO Kosmonova probe "Hayabusa-2", 21 September. Hayabusa returned to Earth in 2010.