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First Autumn in Japan at Yoyogi Park

Golden Ginko Forest at Yoyogi Park

It has been 6 months since I first moved here to Japan. Living here has been a surreal experience. Just simply witnessing the changing seasons is a beautiful experience on its own. It is my first time to experience autumn season so I went ahead to visit one of Tokyo’s famous parks, the Yoyogi Park. One of its highlights is seeing trees change color and be filled with “momijis” (red maple leaves). What is unique in Yoyogi is the ginko forest that turn into a breathtaking golden shade in autumn. This now officially my favorite season.

Japan has countless beauties to offer and I want to share it to everyone. In this blog, I will share Japan’s beautiful sights, food adventures, otaku culture, and anything interesting that catches my attention. If you want to learn more about Japan and see it’s beauty, feel free to come here anytime. Looking forward to more adventures to share with you all!

Here are photos of my first autumn experience in Yoyogi Park, Japan. hope you enjoy!

How to get to Yoyogi Park: Get off at Harajuku Station (Yamanote Line) Omotesando Exit. It is just a 5 minute walk from there.

"momijis" - red maple leaves

“momijis” – red maple leaves

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golden yellow trees will greet you once you get out of Harajuku station

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red maple trees make for a perfect location for photoshoots.

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December 19, 2015 at 8:18 pm

Kaila

おめでとうございます!Looking forward to more posts! Finally, may blog na haha!

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