Tokyo’s Japanese Gardens: Discover their Autumn Beauty and Night Illuminations November is near its end, and we have reached the thick of autumn. Japan is full of fantastic autumn sightseeing spots, but not many of them are easily accessible from the city of Tokyo.
This time, we will introduce Japanese gardens with beautiful autumn colors, where you can have a taste of the Japanese concept of "Wabi Sabi". These five Japanese gardens are all lit up at night for a limited time, giving their natural beauty a whole different face.
Tips On Viewing Japanese Gardens
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<small>What is Japanese Garden Style? (Picture: Showa Memorial Park)</small>
Before going to see a Japanese garden with beautiful autumn leaves, let's first learn a little about what a Japanese garden is.
A Japanese garden is a garden style that was born and developed in Japan, as the name implies. Here, we will introduce areas to look out for, and the three beautiful Japanese garden styles.