The Noted Spots for Viewing Colored Leaves in Edogawa City
Japanese love seeing autumn leaves in fall, they call Momijigari in Japanese.
Parks, shrines and temples in Edogawaku in fall are decorated with full
of colored leaves. They are not only maple leaves, but also cherry, zelkova,
rowan leaves and so forth. Kutsurogi no Ie Park by Edogawa River, Daiunji
in Mizue, Gyosen Park in Kasai and Eifukuji in Higashi Komatsugawa are
typically colored by maple leaves. Myoshoji in Ninoe and Daini Tsubaki
Kid's Park in Harue and the banks along Kyu Nakagawa River are painted
by red zelkova leaves. In this page, some popular landmarks in Edogawa
City having beautiful autumn leaves are introduced. Why don't you visit
The Landmarks for Seeing Colored Leaves in Edogawaku
The park has many faces, the autumn face is one of the best.
The small garden in it shows fantastic view in fall.
It is a beautiful park with zelkova and ginkoes in fall.
Yakushadera has many momiji trees in its back yards.
Visitors enjoy going back and forth on the approach in fall.
It stands along Furukawa Water Park has colored leaves in fall.
It has one of the most beautiful gardens in fall in Edogawaku.
It is one of the secret gardens in between buildings.
Kafu Nagai often visited the areas around the park in his time.
The temple is one of the most beautuful spots for seeing colored leaves
Ichikawa City laying on the east has some beautiful viewing spots of colored