Ranking featuring the top spots to see in Japan during September
Japan's autumn is known for the autumn tints as the leaves of various trees change colors to red in late autumn, reaching their peak between October and November.
The pampas grass fields of Sengokuhara (Kanagawa)
The green color starts to turn to a shiny golden yellow color by September resulting in an extremely beautiful contrast. Moreover, the pamper grass shines more during the sunset, delighting the eyes of visitors. If you are taking pictures, the evening is the best time to do it.
Water Hyacinths at the ruins of Moto-Yakushi-ji Temple (Nara)
The violet flowers bloom quietly, yet they stand out against the rustic landscape, creating a charming scenery that attracts a large number of tourists. How would you feel about coming to Nara to enjoy the fresh view of these water hyacinths?
Lake Notoro (Hokkaido)
The scenery of the lake as it reflects the beautiful blue sky here and there right next to the red color that covers the surrounding area is simply spectacular. Feast your eyes on the contrast between the clear blue and the burning red colors in the area.
Lake Suwa Fireworks Festival (Nagano)
A lot of tourists come to the Lake Suwa Fireworks Festival for the "Water Star Mine," to be seen nowhere else, and the "Large Scale Niagara falls," boasting a length of no less than 2,000 meters, proving that this early autumn fireworks festival has nothing to envy to any other summer festival!
Owara Kaze-no-Bon (Toyama)
The sounds of the shamisen and the Chinese fiddle combine with the refreshing sounds of taiko drums and the scenery of a thousand paper lanterns illuminating this town with reminiscences of the past to create an experience unique to Japan. The extraordinary sight that unfolds in the long autumn night will surely capture your heart.
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