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10 spots with beautiful autumn leaves in Shizuoka Prefecture!


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Hi.

Have you already enjoyed seeing coloured leaves in this autumn?

If you haven’t but are willing to do it, why not visit Shizuoka Prefecture?
Shizuoka is a bit warmer than Kanto area, and beautiful autumn leaves last a bit longer, and also, not far from Tokyo.

Today, I’m gonna introduce 10 spots with beautiful autumn leaves in Shizuoka Prefecture!
Check it, and plan your trip!

 

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(1) Atami Baien “Plum Garden” (熱海梅園)

 

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As the name shows, this spot is famous for plum flowers.
However, from the mid-November to December, leaves of Japanese maple trees in the garden turn red and yellow.
The view from an observatory platform located at the center of the garden is fantastic.

 

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The garden holds an autumn leave festival from 12th of November to 4th of December in this year.
During the season, there are illuminations around the garden, which look the garden with colored leaves much more beautiful!

 

For more information about Atami Baien “Plum Garden,” visit the site.



 

 

(2) Sumata-kyou (寸又峡)

 

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Sumata-kyou is located in a mountainous area of Shizuoka.

 

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For a long time it has received people’s attention as a beautiful spot with the emerald-green surface of an artificial lake and a bridge above it.
Vivid autumn leaves favorably contrast with the color of the lake!

 

For more information about Sumata-kyou, visit the site.



 

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(3) Shuzen-ji Niji no Sato (修善寺虹の郷)

 

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The spot is located in Izu Peninsula.
About 3,000 Japanese maple trees are scattered in the spot from the mid-November to the first December.

 

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There are illumination in the evening during the period, which creates a dreamlike scene!

 

For more information about Shuzen-ji Niji no Sato, visit the site.



 

 

 

(4) Umegashima Hot Spring

 

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Umegashima Hot Spring has a history of about 1700 years.

 

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Falls of varying size are around the hot spring, with which autumn leaves look fantastic.

The best season of autumn leaves there is from the late-October to the fist December.

 

For more information about Umegashima Hot Spring, visit the site.



 

 

 

(5) Fuji Sky Line (富士スカイライン)

 

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Fujisan Sky Line is a 26km public road around Mt. Fuji, at altitudes between 600 and 2,400m above sea level, which is one of the popular tourist destinations when people have a trip to the mountain.

 

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The views of Mt. Fuji, Suruga Harbor and autumn leaves are magnificient, and the road is regarded as an ideal leaf-peeping spot for people who drive a car.
Thanks to a vertical drop, you can see colored leaves for a longer period (the best season is from the late October to the first November).

 



 

 

 

(6) Namesawa valley (滑沢渓谷)

 

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It is located not far from Amagi Pass (天城峠), known for a famous enka song, a Japanese traditional ballad, “Amagi-goe (天城越え)” by Sayuri Ishikawa.
A clear limpid stream makes an outstandingly beautiful contrast with red and yellow leaves, and the fall makes you refresh.

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The best season is from the mid-November to the first December.

 

For more information about Namesawa Valley, visit the site.



 

 

 

 

(7) Lake Tanuki (田貫湖)

 

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Lake Tanuki is located on the west side of Mt. Fuji, which lake has one of the most beautiful views of “Sakasa Fuji,” a scene that a surface of a lake mirrors the mountain.

 

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A campsite is on the lakeside, and you can enjoy leaf-peeping, camping and fishing there.
You are lucky if you can see the scene that Mt. Fuji and autumn leaves are reflected in the surface of the lake!

 

For more information about Lake Tanuki, visit the site.



 

 

 

(8) Oguni Shrine (小國神社)

 

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Oguni Shrine has many Japanese cedar trees that are estimated to be over a hundred years old, which creates a sacred air.
There are about 1,000 Japanese maple trees along with a river in the shrine, which leaves turn red, orange and yellow.

 

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The best season of autumn leaves in the shrine is from the mid-November to early December.

 

For more information about Oguni Shrine, visit the site.



 

 

 

(9) Kawatsu Nanadaru (河津七滝)

 

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Kawatsu Nanadaru consists of seven waterfalls which are on Kawatsu River: Oodaru (大滝), Kanidaru (かに滝), Kamadaru (釜滝), Ebidaru (えび滝), Hebidaru (蛇滝), Deaidaru (出合滝), and Shokeidaru (初景滝).

 

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A autumn-leave festival is held between 20th of November to 10th of December this year, and during the period, a lot of people visit the waterfalls.
The best season of autumn leaves in the falls is between the late November to early December.

 

For more information about Kawatsu Nanadaru, visit the site.



 

 

 

(10) Sessokyou (接阻峡)

 

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Sessokyo is an area with a dam and a virgin forest of Japanese beech, Japanese maple tree, oak tree and zelkova tree.
The best way to enjoy autumn leaves in Sessokyo is to see them from a window of a train on Ooigawa-tetsudo Ikawa line.

 

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In particular, the best spot of autumn leaves is Seki-no-Sawakyoryo bridge (関の沢橋梁), a bridge with the highest altitude above sea level in Japan.
The best season is from early November to the late November.

 

For more information about Sessokyo, visit the site.



 

 

 

 

How was it?

The best season of autumn leaves in most of the spots I introduced above is from November to early December, and it’s still not too late!

I hope you enjoy seeing the beautiful scenes in Shizuoka Prefecture!

 

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