Autumn foliage at Showa Memorial park

One week before the end of November, I had a chance to visit Showa Memorial park to see the last autumn leaves of 2015.

The weather was gloomy but at least it wasn’t raining. As expected, the leaves were gorgeous. Some of them have already past the peak period.

Check out my blog posts about Showa memorial park;



I think the most beautiful places to see autumn leaves is the Japanese garden (日本庭園). It’s quite far from the entrance so if you don’t want to walk, you can use the park train (300yen/person)

Here are some photos I would like to share with you.


Japanese maples, Momiji 

Beautiful Japanese garden
Momiji or Japanese maple leaves


As you can see, some are still green


Some turned yellow 



some are orange!


and this is my favorite, red leaves


And these are Ginko leaves. From green, it turned to yellow.

Ginko leaves turned yellow in autumn


It’s too late to see the colored leaves this year but the winter illumination (reference CLICK Winter Vista illumination) will begin on December 5th, 2015.

Be sure to check it out!


Please do not hesitate to contact Tokyo tourist information center at for tour reservation,  pocket wifi rental or any other information about  Japan travel.

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