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Autumn is the season of Matsuri or folk festivals locally held across Tokyo. However, most of them this year are canceled due to COVID-19 prevention measures, unfortunately. Instead of exciting Matsuri festivals, maybe we can refresh ourselves by strolling in the neighborhood; there will be gardens with blooding flowers - Roses, Fragrant olive, Cosmos, Dahlia, and Chrysanthemum.

Mizumoto park

Parks in Tokyo | Mizumoto Koen Park

The largest park in Tokyo has poplar trees that you rarely see in other parks.

Kyu-furukawa teien garden

Parks and Gardens in Tokyo | Kyu-Furukawa Gardens

The garden currently requires prior entry booking for the sake of preventing COVID-19 infection. You can book on the official website.

Edo-Tokyo Open Air Museum

Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum at Koganei Park

The museum is located next to Koganei park that has Kochia turning red.

Akigawa Valley

Tokyo Day Hikes: Mt. Mitake, Ome Town and Akigawa Valley

This area has a bunch of attractions; the soothing landscape of nature-rich countryside, historic shrines and temples, and more.

Kasai Rinkai Park

Kasai-Rinkai Park (Kasai Seaside Park)

The highlight of this park in Autumn is the cosmos flowers covering the park field.

Nikko City and Nikko National Park | Areas and Attractions

Nikko is at best in Autumn. Before going there, get prepared with a well-scheduled plan as it gets crowded during the season.

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