Nov/4 - 24, 2019 The 20th Colored Leaves Festival at Naritasan Park3.9
from 11/9 '19 to 11/24 '19
As the oasis that can be enjoyed seeing plum and cherry trees, fresh green, autumn colored leaves, and the winter snow, the Naritasan Park with a very large area of 165,000 square meters in Naritasan Shinshoji Temple is familiar to locals and visitors.
The 20th Colored Leaves (Momiji) Festival takes place in Naritasan Park during 4th - 24th of November.
The color of autumn foliage you can see varies by position, and you would feel like as if watching a painting. It never bores every visitors.
Approximately 250 trees such as momiji(maple), oak, and ginkgo turn red or yellow from mid-November to early-December. The reflection of colored leaves is so elegant and breathtaking.
On weekend and holiday during the festival, various fun events are scheduled.
Why don' you come to the best spot to explore autumn leaves?
Dates : November 9(Sat) - 24(Sun), 2019
Hours : 10:00 - 15:00
Venue : Naritasan Park, Naritasan Shinshoji Temple
Access : about a 15-mins walk from JR Narita Station or Keisei Narita Station
Purposeshould go,,shrine/temple,autumn foliage,sightseeing
Airport/Sta.Narita Sta. (about 1.2km) Google Transit
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4.0in the last week
I did a night time walk through there, during a layover between two flights. Was very pleasant, some parts not well illuminated other very pretty. If you enjoy walking, very much worth it.
5.0a month ago
Very pretty place for a walk. Beautiful trees and a nice pavilion that overlooks a pond. The perfect place to relax before your flight.
5.02 weeks ago
Great place to walk around and visit. If you come to japan, can't miss this place if your goal is to visit temples.
5.03 months ago
There is a very natural park within the temple complex of Naritasan. There are two nice ponds, a little forrest with a waterfall and pretty flower arrangements. A big stairway will lead you to the grand pagoda of peace.
5.03 months ago
It's a beautiful and peaceful park. A lovely place to go for a stroll. Don't miss it if you find yourself in Narita. Especially if it's a sunny day and you have time on your hands.