Most Beautiful Autumn Colors In Yamanashi Prefecture

Here're most beautiful spots to see autumn colored leaves in Yamanashi. We selected the top ones from 'special places to travel in Japan' posted in City's Pride by travelers and the locals who have actually been there, and released the ranking of fall foliage to see.

Most Beautiful Autumn Colors In Yamanashi Prefecture [1-3]

1Tsutsujigasaki Yakata (Takeda Shrine)

Fall Foliage & Bared Stone Fences Remains Since Sengoku Period

Located east from Takeda Shrine, Tsutsujigasaki Yakata was a house of three generations of the Takeda family (Nobutora, Shingen and Katsuyori). You can see the fall foliage and the stone fences that were built in Sengoku Period (the warring states period) at the same time. They'll let you think about some old days of a great feudal lord Shingen Takeda.

2Nishizawa Valley

Nanatsugama Five-Level Falls And Autumn Colored Leaves

Nishizawa Valley is a famous spot to see autumn colors in Yamanashi. The circumference is 10 kilometers and it takes 3 or 4 hours walk, so you need appropriate outfit! I enjoyed beautiful nature of Nishizawa Valley, and went to the innermost Nanatsugama Five Level Falls. There're many other waterfalls on the way. And, the scenery of autumn colors and falls is breathtakingly beautiful.

3Oishi Park

Autumn Colored Red Kochia & Mt. Fuji At Close Range

Oishi Park is located along Lake Kawaguchi in Yamanashi Prefecture. It's famous for lavender in spring. In autumn, we can see red Kochia and Mt. Fuji together.