Nov/23, 2020 Yoro Valley Momiji Festival

Sightseeing information about Nov/23, 2020 Yoro Valley Momiji Festival in Japan.

Nov/23, 2020 Yoro Valley Momiji Festival3.7

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 from 11/23 '20 to 11/23 '20


Yoro Valley is one of the best scenic spots in Chiba, which is upstream of Yoro River. Yoro River is surrounded by a beautiful forest and you can enjoy viewing trees dyed in deep reds and yellows between November and early-December. Especially momiji, vivid red Japanese maple leaves, are breathtakingly beautiful.
The highlight of Yoro Valley is Awamata Falls. You can enjoy great views of the collaboration with fall foliage. And Umegase Valley and Tsutsumori Momiji Valley are also known as beautiful fall foliage spots.

On November 23, the Momiji Festival takes place at Yoro Valley.
Pork miso soup are sold in front of Kazusa-nakano Station and Mochi rice cakes are demonstrated and sold in front of the tourist center "Yamabiko". Also at the ex-Oikawa Elementary School, you can enjoy Soba noodles, baked sweet potatos, the performances of taiko drum, and the wood carving arts.

Venue : Kazusa-Nakano Station, Yoro Valley Tourist Center "Yamabiko", Ex-Oikawa Elementary School
Date : November 23
Hours : 10:00~15:00
Admission : Free
Access : Yoro-Keikoku Station

PurposeFestivals,elderly,reasonable,family,mountain climbing,Japanese resort,hot springs,shrine/temple,autumn foliage,sightseeing,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Yōrōkeikoku sta. (about 1.4km) Google Transit


4.05 months ago

A lovely day out and an easy walk. If there ricer is high be careful however and wear suitable footwear. There is a gorgeous and flat path to walk along and back of around 2km with other different water falls to see. A peaceful and beautiful day out.

5.06 months ago

Lots of scenic spots. We also spotted some watersnakes.

5.0a year ago

A great view that shouldn't be missed if you're exploring the area by foot. Though one of the routes google maps gives is now blocked by electric wire, its still accessible easily and leads to a road close to an amazing Buddhist temple with a M shaped bridge.

3.02 years ago

Just to be clear this is not some organised park or something like that, it's a ravine that snakes around some villages. There is no start or finish, just park your car in one of the parking spots and go around exploring. I found Google maps with hybrid view very useful in planning my walk. Account for around 2 to 4 hours at least and bring sandwiches and water! You'll thank me later, because food options can be limited depending on what time and when you visit.

3.0a year ago

Nice river for a walk. Nobody was swimming though