Visit Japan: Where to View Autumn Leaves in West Japan

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Takao

Visit the Jingoji Temple in Takao. It greets you with autumn leaves on both sides of the stairs as you walk up to the Jingoji Temple.

Arashiyama

Arashiyama is a rural town at the outskirt that have many calm and tranquil environment.
Take a stroll, or cycle around the town while listening to the crisp leaves your step on. Enjoy its chill air in the autumn and serenity of the ambience.

Koyasan

A temple town where you can also experience the lifestyle of a monk by staying and eating like a monk.

Kiyomizudera Temple

Special illumination during the autumn leaves season in the November.

Osaka Castle Park

It is a castle on the outside and museum on the inside. Reach the top and overlook the park in autumn colors.

Mt Yoshino

The mountain is divided into four areas, with 1000 trees in each area. Named "Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range" by UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Nara Park

Large park with deers roaming around with autumn leaves as background. Interact with the deers. You may feed and touch them. Though they are wild deers, they are pretty tame to visitors.


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Visit Japan: Where to View Autumn Leaves in Central Japan

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Kanazawa

Visit the Kenrokuen, one of the three most beautiful landscape garden in Japan.

Shirakawago

Famous for their traditional gassho-zukuri farmhouses, some of which are more than 250 years old

Takayama

The Takayama Festival, held in spring and autumn, is considered one of Japan's best festivals

Lake Kawaguchi

The largest among the Fuji Five Lakes. Great view of Mt Fuji alongside the autumn colors on the hills.

Tateyama Kurobe

Take a tour to the Kurobe dam, then cross the Tateyama and walk along in the gorge of snow (snow walls on both sides).

Kamikochi

The grand Japanese Alps, the lush forest, the clear blue Azusa river makes you get in touch closer with nature.

Kurobe Gorge

Forested ravine in the rugged mountains of the Northern Japan Alps. Cut by the Kurobe River, it is one of the deepest gorges in Japan. 


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Visit Japan: Where to View Autumn Leaves in East Japan

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Mt Takao

View Tokyo, Mount Fuji and Yokohama from the 頂上 choujou peak at 599 meters from sea level.


Rikugien Garden

Enjoy the nicely arranged with mizuumi lakes, ki trees and oka small hill for only 300 yen


Nikko Iroha Road

A terrific view making your drive up winding 道路 douro road is a main access connecting central Nikko and Oku-Nikko enjoyable.


Sengokuhara

Refreshing view along the vast field of ススキ susuki eulalia grass.


Tsurugoka Hachimangu

Near to the coast with a cool sea breeze and you might also see a 結婚式 kekkon shiki wedding ceremony there while you enjoy the view of autumn leaves.


Kumoba Pond

The autumn colors reflected on the 水表面 mizu hyoumen water surface are breathtaking.

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