Gingkos are unusual trees, rarely found outside Japan.
In fall, their leaves turn a beautiful shade, and you can enjoy the sight of gold stretching in every direction.
106 gingko trees are planted in a row 200 meters long
Meiji Jingu Gaien, located in Shinjuku Ward, in the heart of Tokyo.
The road lined with gingko trees stretches for 300 meters The gingko trees were planted in 1923, and there are now 156 gingko trees, as well as various other species of tree.
The peak viewing season is usually mid November to early December
The largest gingko tree in Japan, over 1,000 years old, with a height of 31 meters and a girth of 22.00 meters, is an overwhelming size!
It was designated as a National Natural Treasure in 2004
Don’t miss seeing it lit up at night
On Saturdays, Sundays and holidays during the peak viewing season, you can enjoy events such as tea ceremonies or concerts
This is also a point on the hiking course in Ashikaga Prefectural Nature Preserve, and the views of the fresh green leaves of spring and of the fall foliage are particularly stunning
When it comes to Nikko, the fall leaves on Iroha Slope are famous, and you can enjoy both hot springs and fall colors.