Kôyô, travel in Japan during fall 紅葉

  • Published on : 17/01/2020
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Kôyô, l'alter-ego du hanami en automne

La beauté des couleurs dont se parent les arbres à l'automne est éphémère, les Japonais en ont fait une fête de la contemplation du temps qui passe : le momijigari, la chasse au kôyô, les feuilles rougissantes. Une des plus belles saisons pour voyager au Japon et admirer ses beautés sous un éclairage rouge-orangé !

Where to admire kôyô in Japan?

In Kyoto - which is one of the privileged cities to enjoy kôyô - the easiest way to enjoy beautiful glowing panoramas is to visit the temples and gardens .

We particularly recommend Tofuku-ji and its hundreds of maples, Kiyomizu-dera and Kodai-ji for their sublime autumn illuminations . Do not miss to go to Arashiyama to enjoy the colorful hills for a stroll along the river.

View from the Kiyomizudera temple

View of Kiyomizudera temple

Aleksi Mattsson

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The gingko trees of Meiji Jingu

By Kakidai - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=53417094

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