Last chance to see – Rikugien Gardens

As the trees shed their leaves, it’s a good sign that autumn is just about done in Japan.  Last weekend was probably the last chance to brave the packed crowds of the popular viewing places as winter sets in.  There’s a great spot in Tokyo called Rikugien Gardens, which is over 300 years old, no less. During the autumn nights, they’re all artfully lit up in an absolutely stunning manner.

Of course, daytime is no slouch either:

This one is for people who like to get all poetic and use words like “juxtaposed”:

Lots more over at the autumn gallery too…

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