Best Autumn Destinations In Aichi

Here're best Autumn Destinations in Aichi. We released a ranking of reviews about Autumn Destinations posted by travelers and locals who have actually been to Aichi.

Best Autumn Destinations In Aichi [1-6]

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Iwaya-do Park

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Iwaya-do Shrine & Autumn Leaves Reflected On The River Surface

From November 10th to 18th, we can enjoy illuminations here. There're beautiful nature, such as Iwaya-do Shrine made up by a natural huge stone, and some waterfalls. They're illuminated and reflected beautifully on the river surface.

2

Shirotori Garden

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Illuminated Autumn Leaves At The Biggest Japanese Garden In The Chubu Region

Autumn foliage viewing in the city. A spacious and calm scene weaved by Japanese style structures and maple leaves. The reflected autumn colors on the water surface are also beautiful.

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Large Flower Fields Changing Every Season

No admission fees! At Aichi Farm, you can touch animals (requires some fees) and enjoy eating delicious ice cream!

4

Akabane Bunka-no Mori Park

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The Lighted Chrysanthemum Cultivation Overlooked From An Observatory

From an observatory at Akabane Bunka-no Mori Park, I took picture of lighted chrysanthemum cultivation (lighting chrysanthemum at night during winter to control the bloom) with the townscape of Tahara. The lighted-chrysanthemum is not famous as an object for photos, but I'm happy if many people know its beauty by this picture.

5

Yakachi River

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Red Carpet Of Cluster Amaryllis Covered The Bank

I can say only wonderful for the scenery of as many as 2 million cluster amaryllis blooming together along the 2 kilometers bank. On the day of a wedding ceremony held at a shrine nearby, the bridal line of people walk along the cluster amaryllis, and it's worth seeing!◎10 min walk from Handa Station of Meitetsu Kouwa Line.

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Koran Valley

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Red Leaves Like A Palette Created By 4000 Japanese Maples

Japanese maples on both side of Tomoe River had been planted since Kanei 11 (1634) in Edo era. Leaves of red, yellow and orange create a beautiful contrast with the sky blue and green conifers.

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