Where to admire the autumn leaves in Tokyo

See the seasonal spectacle at Tokyo's gardens, parks and museums

Sankeien | Time Out Tokyo
Yokohama's Sankeien is one of the top spots for autumn leaves around Tokyo
By Time Out Tokyo Editors |

Every year, hordes of Tokyoites make the exodus out of town to classic autumn leaf watching spots like Kamakura, Nikko and Hakone. However, for those with no time to travel, there are plenty of gardens, parks and museums right here in the city to get your koyo fill from mid-to-late November. Here are our top picks of nightly light-ups, historic retreats and lesser-known viewing locations, all in or close to Tokyo. And for particularly energetic foliage-watchers, we recommend these scenic bike routes and these highlight hikes.

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