Can be seen just in Tokyo! 5 attractions to enjoy red leaves

Can be seen just in Tokyo! 5 attractions to enjoy red leaves

It’s the season of autumn when the weather gets colder. Speaking of leisure activities in autumn, most people may think of "enjoying red leaves". But it seems that in a city with sparse greens you can hardly enjoy the beauty of the red leaves...

It's wrong to think like this! There are also spots to see red leaves in Tokyo! ! Looking at the red leaves that are all over the forest, you can feel the joy of autumn. Now let me introduce some attractions of this kind to you.

"Speaking of autumn, it doesn’t seem to be any activity come to my mind at once~"  "Really? I would often go to enjoy red leaves..."  "Enjoy red leaves? I can't go to the mountains~! I don’t have a car!"  "No, normally I also enjoy in Tokyo!"  "What? Really?" "Speaking of autumn, it doesn’t seem to be any activity come to my mind at once~" "Really? I would often go to enjoy red leaves..." "Enjoy red leaves? I can't go to the mountains~! I don’t have a car!" "No, normally I also enjoy in Tokyo!" "What? Really?" "2. Shinjuku Gyoen / Shinjuku Imperial Garden    As a famous spot for enjoying cherry blossom, the red leaves here are also beautiful! Because there are many kinds of trees with leaves turning red here, the viewing period is relatively long and last until the beginning of December.  It is also a holy place for popular anime.    Attraction: Shinjuku Gyoen  Start of coloring: late October  Best viewing period: early November~beginning of December  Momiji Matsuri (Red Leaves Festival): No  Address: 11 Naitomachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo  Opening hours: 9:00~16:00  Closed on: Every Monday (If Monday is a Japanese public holiday, the park will be closed on Tuesday that week)  Admission: 200 yen for adults, 50 yen for elementary and middle school students" "3. Rikugien    One of the few places in Tokyo famous for red leaves.  Landscape lighting will also be available in the evening.    Attraction: Rikugien  Start of coloring: late October  Best viewing period: early November~beginning of December  Momiji Matsuri (Red Leaves Festival): Rikugien “Landscape lighting for red leaves and garden of daimyo (Japanese feudal lord)”  Address: 6-16-3 Honkomagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo  Opening hours: 9:00~17:00  Closed on: Every Monday (If Monday is a Japanese public holiday, the park will be closed on Tuesday that week)  Admission: 300 yen for ordinary tickets, 150 yen for age 65 and above  ※Free for all elementary school students and middle school students live and study in Tokyo" "4. Showa Kinen Park    This is a place where ginkgo and red leaves can be enjoyed at the same time.  The park is roughly the size of 39 Tokyo Domes.    Attraction: Showa Kinen Park  Start of coloring: late October  Best viewing period: early November~late November  Momiji Matsuri: Nov. 23 – 25, 2018 ""2018 Yellow Leaves and Red Leaves Festival""  Address: 3173 Midoricho, Tachikawa-shi, Tokyo  Opening hours: 9:00~16:30 There will be changes in different periods.  The time of the Nov.23 - 25 ""2018 Yellow Leaves and Red Leaves Festival "" is 17:00~20:00  Admission: 450 yen for adults (age 15 and above), free for elementary and middle school students" "5. Yoyogi Park    A park that you can take a walk with red leaves around all day long.  There are 1,000 zelkovas, 260 ginkgo trees, and 100 maple trees in the park.    Attraction: Yoyogi Park  Start of coloring: early November  Best viewing period: late November~early December  Momiji Matsuri: No  Address: 2-1 Yoyogikamizonocho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo"

What do you think?

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Please enjoy the wonderful moments of seasonal changes in Tokyo!

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