Hachioji Ginkgo Festival
Time Out says
It's one of the most popular spots in the whole of Tokyo for autumn leaves: the 4km stretch of road leading from Hachioji's Oiwakecho to the foot of Mt Takao is lined with over 700 ginkgo trees (known as icho in Japanese), and they look simply splendid at this time of year. The 41st edition of the Hachioji Ginkgo Festival returns with a limited number of activities due to the ongoing Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. Even though you won't be able to enjoy the annual parades and shows, you can participate in a digital stamp rally and do some quizzes while admiring the colourful autumn leaves.