2017 Fall Kaia Bentsen Temple Japan

Week Fourteen- An Escape into Tokyo’s Nature

The pathway of yellow trees at Meiji Jingu Gaien.
The main street, where the annual Jingu Gaien Ginkgo Festival is held to celebrate the “leaf peeping season!”
Some of the intricate ceramics sold at the festival. Many of these cups were over ┬ą6,000 a piece, around $60.
The pop-up German Christmas market in Roppongi Hills. There are around 5-6 Christmas markets around Tokyo!
A Torii in Yoyogi Park.
The sake wall at the Meiji Gardens!
Another Torii in Yoyogi Park- showcasing Tokyo’s beautiful fall foliage.
Tokyo Tower- I love randomly turning street corners and then suddenly having Tokyo Tower in sight!
A daytime view of Tokyo from the south Metropolitan Government Building. The 45th floor observatories in both the North and South buildings are completely free! Also, the view of Yoyogi Park is reminiscent of Central Park in NYC.
Christmas lights at Tokyo Midtown- a large shopping center. While there is still so much fall foliage here in Tokyo, at night the trees transform into a Christmas wonderland!

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