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I took a walk around Yamanashi Prefecture’s Lake Yamanaka since the season has changed to the lovely autumn.
Renowned as an upscale residential street, Den-en-chofu is a street located in the western tip of Ota and adjacent to the southern tip of Setagaya in Tokyo.
If you want to view ginkgoes in Tokyo, but dislike the crowdedness of popular spots such as Jingu Gaien or Tokyo University, Den-en-chofu in Tokyo’s Ota is a good and quiet place for appreciating the beauty of ginkgoes.
Have you ever slowed down your car at the sight of beautiful scenery on your journey? Low-profile Dawn Redwood Avenue at Shiga Prefecture’s Makino offers such a view that is so inviting that you can’t help pulling up and enjoying a stroll!
“Expo'70 Commemorative Park” was built at the remaining site of the Japan World Exposition held back in 1970. In the site as large as nearly 260 ha, there live various trees and flowers, and also there are waterfalls and Japanese garden. In this article, we will talk about the “Japanese Garden” area with astonishing fall beauty and also tell you about fall events!
Wakayama Prefecture. Mt. Koya, a sacred place of which Kobo Daishi (Kukai), a famous poet, sang praises of its autumn leaves. He was fascinated by the brilliant autumn leaves during clear weather.
Numata City, Gunma Prefecture – Autumn Leaves, Sightseeing Spots, and Access Information for Fukiware-no-Taki FallsRead Later
Fukiware-no-Taki Falls, sometimes referred to as the “Niagara of the East,” happens to be a famous location for viewing gorgeous autumn leaves. The falls, which are 7 meters tall and 30 meters wide, make for an amazing view when backed by the area’s suspension bridge and autumn leaves! Next, I’ll introduce some more information about Fukiware-no-Taki Falls, which was designated as a natural monument and scenic spot in 1936.
Fall Foliage Viewing Spots in Akita: A Walking Trail for Viewing Fall Foliage in Kakunodate, “the Little Kyoto of Tohoku”!Read Later
Here is a route through Kakunodate for viewing fall foliage: set off from the neighborhood of Kakunodate Station, walk northward along Bukeyashiki Street (Bukeyashiki-dori), walk southward along Tamachi Bukeyashiki Street (Tamachi Bukeyashiki-dori), and return to Kakunodate Station.
In 2017, the Tohoku region will soon be dotted with fall leaves soon. The must-visit fall foliage viewing spots in the six prefectures in the Tohoku region are listed here for your reference. We wish you a pleasant hanami tour♡