Once it becomes autumn and morning temperatures fall to six to seven degrees, deciduous maple and gingko trees will prepare to shed their leaves and paint Japan in crimson and gold. The leaves begin to change colors in cold regions, beginning from north to south and from high to low elevations in Japan.
We’ve summarized the best destinations to see autumn leaves and when to see them for you. The peak season of the leaves change depending on temperature differences, region, and the year, so be sure to check again once your trip nears!
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