We are finally in Japan’s most beautiful season! You know what I mean, right? All around us the green forests, mountains and landscape are transformed into fiery crimson and vibrant orange hues, and...
We have now entered one of Japan’s most beautiful seasons – fall. All around us the green forests, mountains and landscape transform into fiery crimson and orange hues throughout the month of November.
As autumn deepens, the temperature has dropped and daylight gets shorter day after day. At Lake Kawaguchiko near Mt. Fuji, the gorgeous autumn leaves are at peak levels and at night are lit up beautifully for the Momiji Matsuri or Autumn Foliage Festival.
Autumn in Japan is almost as popular as spring, as visitors can't get enough of the Japanese maple leaves and other vivid fall foliage colors! Plan a trip to Japan between October and December, and you will be absolutely in love with the many beautiful spots for autumn leaves.