Best Autumn Color Spots In Tokai

Here're best Autumn Color Spots in Tokai. We released a ranking of reviews about Autumn Color Spots posted by travel influencers who have actually been to Tokai.

Review Ranking

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Reviews:7

Address:3956-1 Ichimiya Morimachi, Shuchi-gun, Shizuoka

Access:10 min by taxi from To'otomi Ichimiya Station. Bus service, for only Sundays and stated days, from To'otomi Ichimiya Station. By car, 50 min from Hamamatsu city, or 60 min from Shizuoka city. Free parking area is available.

Top Review:The Fantastic Scenery Enchanted By Autumn Colors & Ray Of Light

Okuni Shrine is a famous spot to see autumn colors in Shizuoka. Its highlight is the ray of light falling to the bridge. It appears at 8:30 in the morning. Many people come and fill up the place to take pictures, so it's better for you to go earlier than the morning sun rises!

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Reviews:3

Address:81-8 Iwaya-cho, Seto-shi, Aichi

Access:By car or taxi, 20 min by Owari Seto Station, or 50 min from Nagoya Station.

Top Review: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.

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Reviews:5

Address:Sogi-cho, Toki-shi, Gifu

Access:By car or taxi, 20 min from Mizunami Station, 80 min from Gifu Station.

Top Review:Impressive Autumn Color Reflections Like A Mirror World

You can see lively three colors of autumn leaves in the daytime, but, you must see the night light-up when you visit Sogi Park! There're eight ponds in the park, and each of them has different scenery of upside-down maple trees. Specialty, many people got together at the pond just near the entrance.◎Light-up from November 9th to 18th in 2018. Some time periods prohibit the use of tripod, so please have good manners and enjoy taking pictures.

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Reviews:2

Address:Iimori Asuke-cho, Toyota-shi, Aichi

Top Review: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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Reviews:3

Address:2-5 Atsuta Nishi-machi Atsuta-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi

Hours:9:00-17:00

Closed:Mon

Top Review: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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Reviews:1

Address:8-11 Baien-cho, Atami-shi, Shizuoka

Top Review:Plum Blossom Festival From January To March. Early Plum Blossom & Late Autumn Colors

Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture. Atami Plum Garden has plum blooms and autumn colored leaves even in the end and beginning of the year. It's plum blossom festival will be held from January to March. In the large garden, we can find a rive running through, many kinds of plants, and lovely manhole covers. It's a must visit place in Atami.

7

Reviews:2

Address:Tashiro Aoi-ku, Shizuoka-shi, Shizuoka

Access:By car, 150 min from Shizuoka Station to the nearest parking area. Then, 30 min walk from the parking area.

Top Review:The Liveliness Of Autumn Colors Where People Seem To Be Swallowed Up

It's an another one I posted the other day. Though the best time was over here now, I could see so beautiful scenery that we seemed to be swallowed up. I want to visit next year by any means, too!

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Reviews:1

Address:1057-4 Kawaue, Nakatsugawa-shi, Gifu

Access:By car or taxi, 15 min from Sakashita Station, 120 min from Gifu Station.

Top Review:Waterfalls And Autumn Colors

Yumori Park holds Momiji Festival. There're many enjoyable stalls. This park is famous for waterfalls and I like Ryujin Falls which is very beautiful. Nakatsugawa is famous for Kuri Kinton (sweet chestnut paste) as a local specialty food, so both of them are in best time now.

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