Visit Date: 11/13/2016 (Best viewing Time: early November to early December)
The Showa Memorial Park 昭和記念公園 in Tachikawa is typically one of the first few places in Tokyo to see autumn colors. The Japanese garden in the park is one of the best places to see a beautiful canvas of colors.
People crowding the bridge near the garden entrance.
Lots of visitors are queuing for this view.
View from the other side of the bridge.
Another popular area in the garden.
Red and yellow maple leaves.
Different shades of autumn.
Small Falls giving a ‘forest feel’ in the garden.
Across the wooden bridge.
Beautiful fall colors reflected on the water.
Lucky gal taking the scenery all by herself.
|Contact Info:||Address: 3173 Midori-cho Tachikawa City, Tokyo 〒190-0014
|Park Hours:||Jan – Oct: 9:30 to 17:00 | Nov – Dec: 9:30 to 16:30|
Adult: ¥410 Adult: ¥290
Child (6-15): ¥80 Child (6-15): ¥50
over 65: ¥210 over 65: ¥210