Holding hands while enjoying the romantic autumn maple tour
Hokkaido-Toyako Onsen Lake Toya with hot spring geothermal resources is also a lake in Huokou. It is characterized by the fact that the water is not frozen all year round. In autumn, the lakeside red leaves are overwhelming. The fireworks sacrifice from April 25 to the end of October.Fireworks, bright scenery and autumn maple scenery are particularly attractive.
Tokyo-Nikko Nikko is the most popular tourist spot near Tokyo. It is a tourist season all year round. You can enjoy the flowers in spring, the green in summer, the maple in autumn, and the snow in winter, especially the maple leaves in Nikko, which extend north to northeast.Sendai is called the hometown of Japanese maple leaves by the Japanese, and Nikko National Park is the representative of Japan’s volcanic terrain and natural landscape, which is the best in Japan.
In addition, Nikko is also the center of Japanese Buddhism and the cultural center of Japan’s Tokugawa Shogunate period. It is rich in humanities and has many ancient monuments. Nikko’s “Nisho-ji Temple” is well-known near and far, which can meet the visual and spiritual needs of tourists.
If tourists have only a few days of vacation, Nikko is a must-see base.
Kyoto — Arashiyama, Sagano, and other temples are rich in ancient woods. Sagano, famous for its bamboo, is Kyoto’s most famous maple viewing site. Many of the old maple trees in Arashiyama are almost as old as the monuments of these cities.
The original autumn maple turned red, which contrasted with the ancient temples of Kyoto. It has a delicate and simple human beauty.
Tourists can go to Sagano from the Kameoka ruins train near Kyoto, and then take a ride to places such as Arashiyama’s antique Tenryuji Temple and the poetic and picturesque Yueyue Bridge. Lake Biwa outside Kyoto is also a famous base for viewing maples.