How to enjoy Autumn leaves in middle of December in Tokyo

How to enjoy Autumn leaves in middle of December in Tokyo

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Shinjuku Gyoen park

Shinjuku gyoen park

I went to Shinjuku Gyoen to see the autumn leaves.

It was originally given by the famous samurai Tokugawa Ieyasu to his retainer samurai in 1591 as a residence for him.

In 1906, it was opened as Shinjuku Gyoen, an imperial park.


Shinjuku gyoen park Japanese garden

There are various types of gardens.

1:Japanese-style garden
2:English-style garden
3:French-style garden
4:Green house

Autumn leaves in Shinjuku gyoen park

Now you can see both the beautiful yellow leaves of the gingko trees and the red leaves of the autumn leaves all over the garden.

In particular, many of the leaves in the Momiji ( Japanese maple) hill, have not yet turned red.

It’s on the south most of the lower pond.

I think the best time to see the autumn leaves is expected to last until about one more week (December 17).

Free rest area

Free rest area in Shinjuku gyoen park
Free rest area in Shinjuku gyoen park

There are restaurants, cafes, and a free rest area in the park, and you can spend full day here.

Why don’t you come and see the last of the autumn leaves in Tokyo?

You will feel the Japanese beauty lastly !

I’m Nobu , one heart enjoy together!!!

Shinjuku gyoen park
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