Japan Autumn Leaves Forecast 2021
Check out the best time and places to see autumn leaves in Japan
Are you planning to visit Japan for autumn leaves viewing?? Looking for the best spots to enjoy autumn leaves in Japan? The autumn color season in Japan is as beautiful as cherry blossom season, as maples and other autumn leaves slowly turns the whole country into vivid red, yellow and orange colors.
In case you are wondering when is the best time to enjoy autumn leaves in Japan, please check out the Japan Autumn Leaves Forecast to plan a perfect autumn trip to Japan 🙂
The Japan Autumn Leaves Forecast includes a map of Japan with the estimated best viewing time of autumn leaves and a chart with the estimated starting time of tinting at popular cities and sites in Japan. Also, there is a list of the best autumn leaves spots in Japan including Tokyo, Kyoto and more! Don’t miss the best moment to enjoy beautiful autumn colors in Japan 😉
-2021 Autumn Leaves in Japan
The temperature in autumn is predicted be average or warmer than the average year at most parts in Japan. Therefore, the best viewing time of autumn leaves at most of locations in the country are expected to be the same or slightly later than the average.
The estimated best viewing times of autumn leaves in 2021 at popular tourist sites in Japan are: late November to early December in Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka, mid October to mid November in Mt Fuji area, mid to late October in Nikko and mid to late November in Hakone.
You can check more places listed at the bottom part of this article.
The information on Japan Autumn Leaves Forecast 2021 may change due to unexpected temperature changes, rain and wind, that may affect on leaves to quicken or delay the best viewing times.
-Japan Autumn Leaves Forecast Map 2021
The map and the table below indicate the estimated best viewing time of autumn leaves in Japan this year by city and region. The best viewing times range between early October to early December from north to south, and the peak viewing time at each spot lasts about 2 weeks or longer depending on the weather condition.
In Hokkaido, Tohoku area and mountains, the autumn leaves season starts 1 or 2 months earlier than other parts of Japan. The earliest autumn leaves are often spotted at Sounkyo in Hokkaido in late August every year. In contrast, autumn colors can be seen as late as mid December in some places in Japan.
While the peak viewing time of cherry blossoms is typically 7 days, autumn leaves can be enjoyed for longer period in Japan, which makes easy for us to plan a trip and also avoid concentrated crowds.
-Where to See Autumn Leaves in Japan in 2021
There are numbers of amazing autumn leaves viewing spots in Japan including parks, gardens, temples, shrines and mountains, and spectacular autumn leaves can be enjoyed in both cities and nature.
Moreover, during the peak season, many places hold autumn leaves festivals and special events including night light-ups where you can enjoy illuminated leaves. So let’s check out the best places to see autumn colors in Japan in 2021!
Hokkaido and Tohoku area: early to late October
Kanto area: mid October to late November
Tokyo: late November to early December
Rikugien Garden, Mejiro Garden, Koishikawa Korakuen Garden, Meiji Jingu Gaien, Shinjuku Gyoen, Yoyogi Park, Mt.Takao, Okutama
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Mt Fuji area and Central Japan: mid October to mid November
Kyoto: late November to early December
Osaka and Western Japan: mid November to early December
More Autumn Leaves Spots in Japan
Autumn flowers in Japan
Besides autumn leaves, there are various seasonal flowers and plants flourishing across the country during autumn! Check out the best autumn flowers in Japan!
▶ Kochia Carnival at Hitachi Seaside Park Autumn
▶ Kinchakuda Higanbana Fields: Enjoy Fiery Red Flowers near Tokyo!
▶ Cosmos Field at Yamanakako Hananomiyako Koen
▶ Minowa Red Soba Flower Field
▶ Hakone Sengokuhara Pampas Grass Field
Hope you liked our “Japan Autumn Leaves Forecast 2021”!! Let’s explore beautiful Japan this autumn 😉
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