Fall in Japan: Photos of the most beautiful scenes
There are dozens of fantastic fall destinations to visit across the globe, but few can match the glorious fall scenes you’ll find in Japan. And for an excellent reason. Not only is the country jam-packed with hidden gems, colorful shrines and temples, and gastronomical eats, it’s also home to breathtaking landscapes. So much so, that its natural beauty will far surpass all expectations, you might already have. And, as if one couldn’t love Japan enough, you’ll soon find that fall in Japan is one of the most magical seasons to experience the country’s authentic charm and beauty.
Fall in Japan – Planning Tips
Japan has so many wonderful things to do and places to explore, but maximizing your time should be a top priority. You could spend weeks here, but chances are you’ll still feel like you haven’t seen it all! Since most of us do not have the luxury of traveling for extended periods, this 14 days Japan travel itinerary might come in handy.
Furthermore, before you jet off on the trip of a lifetime, these tips for visiting Japan will help you plan out a stress-free trip. It’s also important to know that Japan is not the cheapest travel destination. Get a closer look on how to budget for your trip with these Japan travel costs and tips.
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A color journey of fall in Japan
Even though the glitzy streets of Tokyo and the snow-capped hills of Hokkaido are beyond amazing, I found the best fall color scenes in the Kansai Region. From the colorful shrines and temples of Kyoto to the friendly deer in Nara and even the towering bamboo stalks of Arashiyama. So, get ready to experience fall at its very best!
Have you travelled to Japan in fall, yet? If not, you’re in for a real treat! Chances are you’ll be ready to book your trip after seeing these jaw-dropping fall scenes. So, join us on a photographic journey through ‘The most beautiful colour scenes of fall in Japan’ below. Scroll down to get your fall fix, now…
Fall in Kyoto
Kyoto is such an amazing city to visit, especially during autumn. Some of the best autumn spots in Kyoto lie within the city and are all easily accessed by public transport, such as buses or trains.
Fall in Arashiyama
One of the most popular day trips from Kyoto is to the dreamy mountain village, Arashiyama. If your schedule allows, don’t miss exploring this scenic area.
Fall in Nara
Why you’ll love visiting Japan in fall
Fall might not be everyone’s preferred season to travel – I mean who doesn’t love soaking up the sun or zigzagging down snow-capped mountains? But (and that’s a huge BUT), if you haven’t experienced the magical beauty of fall, especially that of fall in Japan, you’ve seriously been missing out! Nothing beats the dazzling display of bursting colors one can witness during this glorious season. From the fiery scarlet reds to the bursting oranges and vivid yellows – fall here is magic!
And let’s not forget the often very welcoming cooler temperatures. Don’t get me wrong; I love summer. But, Taiwan’s relentless heat and humidity are rather unbearable at times, which makes traveling in fall even more favorable. Well for us living in Asia, at least!
Added to that, you’ll find that going in the fall is also much more pocket-friendly. Prices drop considerably during the off-season, which makes saving a few pennies here and there so much easier. Who doesn’t like saving a few bucks, right? Whether you’re spending it or not, these little shavings off the top can go a long way. For instance, you could spend it on more important things – like buying some fantastic souvenirs, pampering yourself, or perhaps even just allocating it towards your next trip!
We hope that these photos will inspire you to travel in the fall. Or even better, experience the beauty of fall in Japan firsthand.
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