The picturesque autumn leaves of autumn are one of the most impressive images that attract many tourists from all over the world to Japan this season. As for the capital Tokyo, there are many beautiful autumn foliage viewing spots. To make it easier to plan your trip, here are 10 popular viewing spots in Tokyo.
1. Rikugien Garden (Late November to early December)
The illumination is lit up at night every year. Entry is available until 20:30 and costs 300 yen. This park is one of the most popular spots to view autumn leaves in autumn. Which can see the scenery of the Japanese-style garden in the midst of the colors of the leaves Combined with views on the hills around the Togetsukyu Bridge and the maple trees that line the canal.
2. Koishikawa Garden Koishikawa Korakuen (Late November to early December)
One of the best spots for viewing autumn leaves in Tokyo. Which is a Japanese style garden There is a pond in the center of the area surrounded by maple trees that turn red and orange alternately in late November. There are also 3 other pools to see.
3. Icho Namiki (Ginkgo Avenue) Late November to early December
Isho Namiki is also one of the most popular spots. Located next to Meiji Jingu Gaien Park starting from the subway station. Aoyama-Itchome Station, which is unique in that the leaves turn golden in late November. Under the trees, they were filled with fallen leaves. Suitable for walking and relaxing.
4. Mount Takao ( mid November to late November)
Takao is located to the west of central Tokyo. It is a popular destination for hikers to view the autumn leaves. The path will lead you to the top of the mountain. Or take a cable car up to see, it is quite beautiful as well.
5. Shinjuku Gyoen Garden (mid-November to mid-December)
A large garden with a wide variety of plants Attract tourists to see the atmosphere of the autumn leaves. Some of the areas inside the park are best view, such as the Japanese Garden and Momijiyama / Maple Mountain.
6. Showa Kinen Koen: (Late October to late November)
Showa Kinen Garden is spacious. Located near Tachikawa Station in the west of Tokyo. The interior is divided into 2-3 gardens, connected by walking and bicycle paths. In front of the main entrance is lined with ginkgo trees and maples surrounding the Japanese garden. Which is especially beautiful in autumn.
7. Yoyogi Koen (late November to early December)
This is a western-style garden that is just as beautiful in autumn as any other place. Especially in the south of the garden Full of red maple trees And welcome the yellow ginkgo
8. Imperial East Garden (late November to early December)
The best spot for viewing autumn leaves is the Ninomaru Garden, built on the second circle of Edo Castle. There is also a ginkgo. And other trees around the castle walls as well.
9. Mount Mitake (early to late November)
This mountain is part of Chichibu Tama Kai National Park, 1,000 meters high. Which is easily accessible as it is located very close to Tokyo Autumn leaves will occur 1-2 weeks earlier in the cities below.