During autumn, it is perhaps the best activity to enjoy the red leaves and Gingko. You can find them at the National Showa Memorial Park. The park is located at Tachikawa and it will take an hour's time to reach by train from Tokyo. It used to be an air military facility and has an area of 165 hectares.

You often find a lot of red leaves at the Japanese gardens and very often you will see Gingko on the two sides of the street. There are many places near Tokyo where you can see the red leaves and Gingko.

There are different scenery in each of the four seasons. There are a lot of widely opened flowers and you will find fireworks during summer. In the winter, there will be lightings decorated within the park. 

Japanese garden and lake, together with red leaves created an excellent scenery.


There are a lot of flowers and trees inside the garden and each season has a different scene. 



National Showa Memorial Park

Address: 3173 Midoricho, Tachikawa-shi, Tokyo

Transportation: JR Chūōsen and alight at the Tachikawa Station and walk for 10 minutes

Entrance Fee: Adults (15 Years Old and Above)  410 Yen

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