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16 Places You Need To Visit For The Ultimate Fall Experience In Japan
Koyo, the Japanese term for autumn viewing, is as iconic as hanami (flower viewing) in Japan. The sound of leaves rustling in the cool breeze is calming for the mind and soul. Experience the breathtaking beauty of Japan’s autumn in both Tokyo and Kyoto 🍂 Credit: Giphy You can also find out the best time to experience koyo this year in this article. P.S. Don't forget to download the HHWT Travel Planner app, available on Google Play for Android and App Store for iOS, to plan your trip to Tokyo and Kyoto 🇯🇵 Tokyo 1. Rikugien Credit: amu-zen Enchanting as it is elegant, the Rikugien Garden is a splendid representation of a traditional Japanese garden. The fiery maple trees steal the spotlight during koyo season, and visitors often complement their picnic in the garden with a trip to the nearby teahouse for matcha and Japanese sweets. Credit: japantimes Address: 6-16-3 Hon-komagome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0021 Opening hours: Mon - Sun: 9:00am - 5:00pm Closed: 29 Dec - 1 Jan Entrance fee: ¥300 How to get there: Take the train to Komagame Station and walk about 5-10 minutes towards the south to reach the main entrance of Rikugien. 2. Hamarikyu Credit: japan-web-magazine What Hamarikyu Garden has
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