The fall version of cherry blossom, changing leaves transform Tokyo into an autumnal haven (even if you’re just popping to Lawson for some milk).
Autumn is also a good time for a Tokyo honeymoon.
Koyo time is here! 紅葉, meaning the changing of the leaves, is an important seasonal marker in the land of FOUR (count ‘em!) seasons! While perhaps not quite as widely celebrated as cherry blossom season, the arrival of autumn leaves in Tokyo (from October to early December) is still an excuse to get out into the great outdoors and marvel at the stuff that Mother Nature does with her pigment palette. Here are some of the best koyo spots in and around Tokyo.
Autumn leaves in Tokyo: 1. Start with Rikugien
Rikugi Gardens (“en”
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