Harvest time in Japan for the most part begins toward the beginning of October until the finish of November. Commonly this harvest time starts in northern Hokkaido, step by step spreading toward the southern tip of the Japanese archipelago inside 50 days. The adjustment right now when the low temperature toward the beginning of the day time is around 6 degrees or 7 degrees Celsius. You can appreciate this pre-winter see for 20 to 25 days. The best time to appreciate the magnificence of this fall in significant urban communities, for example, Osaka and Tokyo is in mid-November. Harvest time can likewise be the best time to do the Japanese visit in light of the fact that the spring landscape in Japan become truly outstanding on the planet.
There are 3 sorts of shades of trees and plants that change shading in fall:
1. Trees and plants that transform into red shading
Models: Maples trees (Fullmoon, Japanese, Trident), Japanese sumac, Wax tree, Japanese Rowan, Burning shrubbery, rhododendron.
2. Trees and plants that transform into yellow shading
Models: Maples tree (painted, Linden-leaved), ginkgo, poplar, plane tree, Japanese Elm.
3. Trees and plants that transform into darker shading
Models: Japanese beech, Oaks (Quercus Crispula, daimyo, Sawtooth, chestnut, bigleaf Magnolia.
Here is a fascinating spot for you to appreciate the excellence of these fallen leaves:
Meiji Jingu Gaien Stadium
Mid-November to early December
5 mins stroll from station
This is one of the fascinating spots to see the harvest time leaves in Tokyo. There are 146 ginkgo trees and you can experience such a stroll through the Golden Tunnel. Visitors can unwind and appreciate the encompassing view while shopping in the shops close by.
Kawaguchiko Lake territory at the foot of Mt. Fuji
Late October to mid-November
20 minutes by transport from the station
Kawaguchiko to Kubota Ichiku Bijutukan
This spot is so excellent to visit particularly at evening time on the grounds that the trees right now be enlightened with the foundation lights of Mount Fuji.
Close Nikko station
Nikko has numerous spots to see the fall foliage, for example, Irohazaka, Tosyogu, Kegonnotaki, Mt. Ohira, Yunoko and others and you can stroll to go to those spots.
Late October to late November
Close Odawara station
You can take a ride on the Hakone Tosan train to appreciate the lovely view.
Late November to mid-December
10 mins stroll from Kamakura station
Late November to early December
brief ride from Kyoto station
Kyoto has numerous sanctuaries and the photos beside it are pictures of Kiyomizudera. The Red leaf is one of the most respected highlights of this sanctuary.