Enjoy autumn colors at Shinjuku Gyoen, where digital art group NAKED illuminates the foliage with projection mapping and light-up displays until December 3.
The bonnet bus takes visitors to the famous foliage of Shingu Kumano Shrine in Kitakata. Its wooden floor and engine sound evokes nostalgia for 50s-60s Japan.
Jindai Botanical Garden's special chrysanthemum exhibition goes on through November 19, and the blossoms are expected to be at peak beauty that last weekend.
The trees along the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route are transforming into a cozy tapestry of fall colors, with vibrant hues of scarlet and gold.
Mount Asahi, Hokkaido's highest peak received its first snowfall of the season, creating a beautiful contrast with the golden autumn foliage.
Savor the Japanese autumn and hot spring attractions with a relaxing steam train ride along the Oigawa Main Line in Shizuoka Prefecture.
The kimono is excellent at capturing seasonal joys. In autumn, common motifs are dragonflies, the full moon, and symbols of the harvest, such as rice ears.
Contrary to popular belief, the Mid-Autumn Festival doesn't always coincide with a full moon. In fact, the next time will be in seven years.
JR East will operate special trains and extra services to provide travelers with a memorable autumn experience in Ibaraki Prefecture.
Take in the beauty of Japan's nature with a stroll along Bomichi in Yamanashi, away from the bustling city. You even get to learn some history...
Momiji season is halfway over, so hurry up! Check out these three easy to get to spots to enjoy the autumn colors around Tokyo.
When fall comes and cold temperatures set in, a patchwork of brilliant colors is slowly moving from the peak into the valley.